CDCNArea Service goes HYBRID

Electric cars are cool but Narcotics Anonymous Hybrid Meetings can Save Your Life! All CDCNA Service Bodies currently meet both In Person and on Zoom.

For Individual Service Body schedule, In Person Meeting Location and ZOOM ID,

Click on “SERVICE COMMITTEES” in The Main Menu Bar ABOVE.

DONATE – 7th Tradition Virtual Donations

Home Groups and Individuals in The Narcotics Anonymous Fellowship may now make 7th Tradition Donations directly to Chelan-Douglas Counties Area of NA through Paypal’s new “Venmo” Pay App.  

To Donate to CDCNA with Venmo, CLICK HERE:   or Navigate to the Venmo App on your Smart Device. Enter Our NEW Venmo ID# @CDCNA

FYI Venmo transactions using a Debit Card are free. 


Great News, some of our home groups are meeting in person again while some remain virtual,

for current CDCNA Meeting information, both Virtual and In Person,

click on the automated “Meetings” Tab in the Main Menu to the Left.

Looking to Host a Virtual Meeting? 

The Following Virtual/Online Meeting Solutions are recommended:

    Click Here: Zoom Home Page

    Click Here:

    Click Here: NA.ORG Virtual Meeting Information

    Click Here: NABYPHONE.COM

Please explore our Regional website, WNIRNA.ORG,  for additional Virtual Meeting Information and Tutorials.


Welcome to Chelan – Douglas Counties Narcotics Anonymous Website.  

If you are new to NA We are glad you are here and look forward to seeing you in a Meeting.

You can find more information about NA at  We hope you find everything you need to help you in your recovery.

Those involved in Service with CDCNA will find many resources on this site.  Please check out the site index to your left. 

For questions, concerns or special requests, please E-MAIL,

Printable schedules are currently unavailable, please click the automated “MEETINGS” tab in the main menu on this Homepage, for the most current information on meeting locations and changes.

Yours in service,  CDCNA Webservant.

Is NA For Me?

This is a question every potential member must answer for themselves. It may help to read some of our informational pamphlets, starting with

“Am I an addict?” and “Welcome to NA.”

If you’re an addict, NA can help. “Narcotics Anonymous offers recovery to addicts around the world. We focus on the disease of addiction rather than any particular drug.  Our message is broad enough to attract addicts from any social class or nationality. When new members come to meetings, our sole interest is in their desire for freedom from active addiction and how we can be of help.” (It Works: How and Why, “Third Tradition”)

If you’re planning to attend your first meeting, you may also be interested in

IP #29, “An Introduction to NA Meetings.”