Central Indiana Area of Narcotics Anonymous


Our gratitude speaks, when we care and when we share with others the N.A. way, that no addict seeking recovery need ever die from the horrors of addiction.

– GRATITUDE Prayer

Central Indiana Area of Narcotics Anonymous (CIANA) centers around Indianapolis and the surrounding cities of Avon, Brownsburg, Camby, Carmel, Cicero, Clermont, Danville, Fishers, Franklin, Greenfield, Greenwood, Martinsville, Noblesville, Plainfield, Rushville, Shelbyville, Whiteland, Zionsville. CIANA currently provides support for 99 meetings in 9 counties.

Our Basic Text, Narcotics Anonymous, provides the best description of who we are and what we do: “NA is a nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean.

The Twelve Steps of NA are the basis of our recovery program. Our meetings are where we share recovery with one another, but applying our program consists of much more than simply attending NA meetings.

People have all sorts of reasons for attending NA meetings, but the purpose of each meeting is to give NA members a place to share recovery with other addicts.

How Recovery Has Improved Our Lives


Family Relationships
92%
Social Connection
88%
Hobbies/Interest
81%
Stable Housing
77%
Employment
75%
Education Advancement
56%

* Survey completed by 22,803 NA members. The survey was made available at the 2015 World Convention of NA in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Additionally, this survey was available for members who chose to participate online and via mail and fax.

Central Indiana Area Helpline

(317)-875-5459

Upcoming Events


Aug
12
Fri
2022 CIANA Campout @ Camp Rotry
Aug 12 @ 3:00 pm – Aug 14 @ 3:00 pm
Details Price Qty
Standard Registrationshow details + $35.00 (USD)  

8/12/2019 – 8/14/2022 CAMP ROTARY, Crawfordsville, IN COST:  $35 per person (First 55 to pre-register get a free shirt) COST INCLUDES: Camping for the whole  weekend, dinner on Friday and Saturday, and breakfast on Sunday. NO ADDICT TURNED AWAY.  Don’t camp?  Don’t worry!  There are 2 shared bunkhouses available.  One for men and one for women.  Bring your own bedding! Children are welcome. FEATURING:  Fellowship, meetings, food, music, and activities . . . including an NA auction (bring any unwanted NA items to donate for the auction) All are welcome, what about my kids? The camp out will be kid friendly and have activities that will be geared towards children! QUESTIONS?:  Contact the Activities subcommittee chair at activities@centralindianana.org Download Flyer
Aug
17
Wed
Mid Month P&A @ Virtual
Aug 17 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Aug
20
Sat
IT Subcommittee @ Virtual
Aug 20 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Aug
21
Sun
Annual Home Group Anniversary Celebration @ Christ United Methodist Church
Aug 21 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am

Keep It Basic

Annual Home Group Anniversary Celebration

Guest speaker @ 10am. Come early and bring a breakfast pitch-in dish. Let’s enjoy some recovery and fellowship. Green building in church parking lot.

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CIACNA XVIII Meeting @ Virtual and In-Person
Aug 21 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

Zoom info

Meeting ID: 811-0629-9059

Passcode: ciana (all lowercase)

The Aug and Sept meetings will take place at the hotel on Sunday. These times will be announced closer to time.

Just For Today


August 10, 2022
Regular prayer and meditation
Page 232
"Most of us pray when we are hurting. We learn that if we pray regularly, we won't be hurting as often or as intensely."
Basic Text, p. 45

Regular prayer and meditation are two more key elements in our new pattern of living. Our active addiction was more than just a bad habit waiting to be broken by force of will. Our addiction was a negative, draining dependence that stole all our positive energy. That dependence was so total, it prevented us from developing any kind of reliance on a Higher Power.

From the very beginning of our recovery, our Higher Power has been the force that's brought us freedom. First, it relieved us of our compulsion to keep taking drugs, even when we knew they were killing us. Then, it gave us freedom from the more deeply ingrained aspects of our disease. Our Higher Power gave us the direction, the strength, and the courage to inventory ourselves; to admit out loud to another person what our lives had been like, perhaps for the first time; to begin seeking release from the chronic defects of character underlying our troubles; and, at last, to make amends for the wrongs we'd done.

That first contact with a Higher Power, and that first freedom, has grown into a life full of freedom. We maintain that freedom by maintaining and improving our conscious contact with our Higher Power through regular prayer and meditation.

Just for Today: I will make a commitment to include regular prayer and meditation in my new pattern of living.