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Please join us even if you're unsure about getting clean. Everyone is welcome regardless of their stage of recovery.

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At NA Chat, we understand that sometimes you need help and support immediately. That's why we always try to have someone around 24/7. If no one is there right away, hang around for a few and someone most likely will be there. We offer online chat support for those in recovery from drug addiction. We are a peer to peer support group—other addicts helping one another. We want this to be an environment for you to share your experiences and connect with others who understand what you're going through. Get instant chat support anytime, anywhere, and feel confident knowing we're here to help.

Addiction and Depression Online Chat Room

Are you or someone you love struggling with drug addiction and depression? You're not alone. Millions of people face these challenges every day. It can be difficult to find the support and help you need. That's where NA Chat comes in.

NA Chat is a free, confidential online chat room designed to provide support groups for drug addiction. Whether you're looking for help for yourself or a loved one, our members as well as our moderators are here to provide support and guidance. Our chat room is a safe and supportive space where you can connect with others who understand what you're going through.

How it Works

The foundation of recovery can be summarized by the following concepts:

  • Commitment
  • Sponsorship
  • Discipline
How it Works

Am I an Addict?

Only you can answer this question.

This may not be an easy thing to do. All through our usage, we told ourselves, “I can handle it.” Even if this was true in the beginning, it is not so now. The drugs handled us.

We lived to use and used to live. Very simply, an addict is a person whose life is controlled by drugs.

Perhaps you admit you have a problem with drugs, but you don't consider yourself an addict.

All of us have preconceived ideas about what an addict is. There is nothing shameful about being an addict once you begin to take positive action. If you can identify with our problems, you may be able to identify with our solution. The following questions were written by recovering addicts in Narcotics Anonymous. If you have doubts about whether or not you’re an addict, take a few moments to read the questions below and answer them as honestly as you can.

  1. Do you ever use alone?
  2. Have you ever substituted one drug for another, thinking that one particular drug was the problem?
  3. Have you ever manipulated or lied to a doctor to obtain prescription drugs?
  4. Have you ever stolen drugs or stolen to obtain drugs?
  5. Do you regularly use a drug when you wake up or when you go to bed?
  6. Have you ever taken one drug to overcome the effects of another?
  7. Do you avoid people or places that do not approve of you using drugs?
  8. Have you ever used a drug without knowing what it was or what it would do to you?
  9. Has your job or school performance ever suffered from the effects of your drug use?
  10. Have you ever been arrested as a result of using drugs?
  11. Have you ever lied about what or how much you use?
  12. Do you put the purchase of drugs ahead of your financial responsibilities?
  13. Have you ever tried to stop or control your using?
  14. Have you ever been in a jail, hospital, or drug rehabilitation center because of your using?
  15. Does using interfere with your sleeping or eating?
  16. Does the thought of running out of drugs terrify you?
  17. Do you feel it is impossible for you to live without drugs?
  18. Do you ever question your own sanity?
  19. Is your drug use making life at home unhappy?
  20. Have you ever thought you couldn't fit in or have a good time without drugs?
  21. Have you ever felt defensive, guilty, or ashamed about your using?
  22. Do you think a lot about drugs?
  23. Have you had irrational or indefinable fears?
  24. Has using affected your sexual relationships?
  25. Have you ever taken drugs you didn't prefer?
  26. Have you ever used drugs because of emotional pain or stress?
  27. Have you ever overdosed on any drugs?
  28. Do you continue to use despite negative consequences?
  29. Do you think you might have a drug problem?

Our Community is a platform that we created for you to have a safe place to come and chat about your addiction with drugs. We are addicts that have been where you are, so we understand. Also we have people that have several years of recovery and can share their Experience, Strength and Hope with you. Maybe you just need a place to come and listen to others to help you identify if you may have a drug problem. If you are struggling, please come in and chat with us. Getting clean/sober is not easy, but it is easier when you are not alone.

Often depression goes hand in hand with addiction so take the time, ask someone how they are doing, and really listen to them. You may be the only contact that person has had. A small act of kindness may save a life, may give a person hope. “It is never too late to be what you might have been.”

We hope you find our group easy to open up with. Someone is usually always here 24/7. We do not have all the answers but we are happy to share what has worked or is working for us. We do hold an 8pm (Eastern Time) nightly NA meeting. So please, pull up a chair and join us. We do encourage you to attend face 2 face meetings and we are happy to help you find them. The fellowship here is good and it is an important part of recovery.

Everything we do is by text. We have no microphones or video. Some find that to be an easier method of being more open. We hope you will as well.

About Us

"God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference."

There are no strings attached to NA. We are not affiliated with any other organizations. We have no initiation fees or dues, no pledges to sign, no promises to make to anyone.

We are not connected with any political, religious, or law enforcement groups, and are under no surveillance at any time.

Anyone may join us regardless of age, race, sexual identity, creed, religion, or lack of religion.

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 newcomer is the most important person at any meeting, because we can only keep what we have by giving it away. We have learned from our group experience that those who keep coming to our meetings regularly stay clean.

Meeting Schedule

Monday 3pm, 8pm
Tuesday 3pm, 8pm
Wednesday 3pm, 8pm
Thursday 3pm, 8pm
Friday 3pm, 8pm
Saturday 3pm, 8pm
Sunday 11am, 3pm, 8pm
All times are Eastern Daylight Time UTC-04:00


We are very excited to grow our site and more importantly, grow our meeting attendance. Eventually we would like to offer the 3pm eastern meetings as well, which would make it a lot easier on our friends across the pond. We need people that are interested in doing service. Running a meeting is so very easy. Also if you would like to be a Speaker for us, we would love to have you. If you would like to be of service or be a Speaker at a meeting, please see CC, Zephyr, or one of the moderators. There are really no limits in how well this site can become. Just knowing there is a place to turn to is reassuring in itself. So pass the word around! Be a part of Helping us Help others!

IRC Clients

You may have a better experience using an IRC client. Use the settings below to connect to our server directly.

  • Server:
  • Port: 6697
  • SSL/TLS: Yes
  • Channel: #nachat
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