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Rocky Mountain Region
Nar-Anon Family Groups
Sharing Experience, Strength and Hope with family and friends of addicted loved ones
Our Virtual Meeting Rooms are open 24/7/365. Click the purple and white icon to enter our Main Virtual Meeting Room. You may find fellowship there if you stick around long enough!
The Nar-Anon Family Groups are a worldwide fellowship for those affected by someone else’s addiction. As a twelve step program, we offer our help by sharing our experience, strength, and hope.
Virtual meetings are held in one of the virtual rooms below. Visit our meetings page for additional log-in information and all Rocky Mountain Region meetings (face-to-face, virtual or hybrid.)
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Explore the following to learn more about how RMR Nar-Anon can help you.
These 20 questions allow us to evaluate ourselves to see if Nar-Anon might be right for us. Ask yourself the following questions and then answer them as honestly as you can.
If you have answered “Yes” to four or more of these questions, Nar-Anon may be able to give you the answers you are looking for.
Nar-Anon is intended for parents, spouses, children, siblings, and friends of addicts. Nar-Anon can provide new insights to help with our attitudes, behaviors, and emotions. We can regain our own sanity and well-being. We learn addiction is a family disease, and we need a recovery program too. In Nar-Anon we learn we are not responsible for another person’s addiction. Addicts need help and so do we. It can be a great relief to learn more effective ways of coping while gaining hope and peace of mind.
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You will find love, understanding, and hope in the NarAnon Family Group. People in the group may be experiencing, in varying degrees, the same hurt, anger, and anxieties you may be feeling. We come to Nar-Anon because we are burdened with responsibilities and feel we are alone. We come here to change the behavior of the addict but soon find that it is our own thinking and attitude that must be changed if we are to have relief. We find people in Nar-Anon who understand what we are going through and are ready to share their experience, strength, and hope to help us. In Nar-Anon, we learn how to live one day at a time; we stop projecting. We learn how to deal with our feelings of fear, guilt, obsession, anxiety, and denial. We look at ourselves and put our energy where we do have some power over the choices in our own lives.
As we begin to understand the family disease of addiction, we are better able to handle our problems and improve our own lives. We can gain support and understanding by listening and speaking with others at Nar-Anon meetings.
Nar-Anon is divided into many regions. Each region is comprised of areas located within its geographic boundaries. The region supports areas and groups by providing opportunities for them to communicate with each other, acting on behalf of their common interest and encouraging growth of the fellowship. The Rocky Mountain Region is composed of Colorado Nar-Anon Family Groups. Each region has special events, planning meetings, etc. to aid in Nar-Anon’s Mission.
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