Starting A New Group

1. Find Other Local Members

A group can't be made up of only one person, so you'll want to find at least one or two other Nar-Anon members that can help you set up a group.  They can also assist in finding others that are in need of help and support.

2. Locate and secure a venue

Typical meeting places are schools, community centres or church halls.  If the veune charges rent, passing around the donation basket can raise money for this cost. 

3. Get a New Group Pack

You'll need to purchase a New Group Pack, which includes the necessary information, literature and meeting format.  Please call the helpline or email us for more information and help.

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