Tri-State Regional Service Office (TSRSO): Holiday schedule. The office will be closed Dec 24 & 25 and Dec 31 & Jan 01.
Service: There are several open positions available at the Regional Service Committee and Board of Directors. Learn more at our Service page and get involved!
Tri-State Regional Service Office (TSRSO): Visit our Store page for more info or to purchase literature ahead of time. The office is open Saturdays and Sundays 10am-4pm. We also have our new meeting information QR cards available at the office.
Subscription lists: Want to stay connected? Subscribe to our email lists to get news, announcements, event information and documents from the Tri-State Region! Click Subscribe on the Contact page to sign up.
Meeting Directory: Due to facility restrictions, many meetings are temporarily closed or meeting online only; as a result, our paper meeting lists and the NA.org meeting directory are inaccurate. You can find a list of virtual meetings hosted by members of the Tri-State Region by clicking here. You can also find in person meetings by tapping on the “Find a Meeting” button below; we are keeping this list updated as groups send us updated information. If your home group is now meeting in person, please let us know as soon as possible by filling out a group update form.
If you want to stop using and can’t, we suggest you attend one of our meetings. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, some of our meetings are not currently active or have temporarily moved. There are also many meetings available online throughout the day. Please click the Meetings button to find a local NA meeting. We do our best to provide the latest and most accurate information about local meetings, but we need your help to keep our directory as up-to-date as possible. If you try to attend a meeting and you discover the information we have here is incorrect, please let us know by reporting an issue or calling our helpline at 412-391-5247.
We also suggest you read our literature. We’ve made several pamphlets available for free here on our Literature page.
For important news and information about what’s happening in the Tri-State region, please bookmark our News page. If there’s an announcement you’d like to make, please send us an email through the Contact page.
Finally, in accordance with our 7th tradition we accept donations exclusively from our members. The pandemic has severely affected our ability to collect donations from our members and groups. We’ve set up an easy way to donate to the Tri-State Region of NA online here on our Donate page.
What is the Narcotics Anonymous Program?
“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. This is a program of complete abstinence from all drugs. There is only one requirement for membership, the desire to stop using. We are not interested in what or how much you used or who your connections were, what you have done in the past, how much or how little you have, but only in what you want to do about your problem and how we can help.”
The simple message of Narcotics Anonymous is… “That an addict, any addict, can stop using drugs, lose the desire to use and find a new way to live.”
The Tri-State Region of NA (TSRSCNA)
The Tri-State Region of Narcotics Anonymous (TSRSCNA) has been carrying the message of Narcotics Anonymous since 1978. It now serves over 400 weekly NA meetings in the Pittsburgh area, western Pennsylvania, the West Virginia panhandle, eastern Ohio, North to the New York border, and East as far as Altoona. Because the region includes parts of Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Ohio, it was named the “Tri-State Region.”
Narcotics Anonymous is truly a world-wide multilingual multicultural fellowship with more than 60,000 weekly meetings in 139 countries. Narcotics Anonymous books and information pamphlets are currently available in 41 languages, with translations in process for 16 languages.
CONTRIBUTIONS AND SUPPORT
We decline outside contributions. Our fellowship is completely self-supporting. We accept no funding, endowments, loans and/or gifts. Everything has its price regardless of intent. Whether the price is money, promises, concessions, special recognition, endorsements or favors. It is too high for us. Even if those who would help us could guarantee no strings, we still would not accept their aid (Narcotics Anonymous Basic Text, page 68). It is in this respect that we ask non-members not to donate.