The decision to stop using the drugs that inhabitant one’s body and take control over one’s
brain is a hard decision to make. We here at, A Betor Way, urge you to look at the resources our
community offers. While we know that it is a personal journey when overcoming the grip of
drug-abuse we must also extend our hand in providing resources to keep you motivated on
your path to living healthily.
In Memphis you can find NA meetings at several locations such as:
First Congregational Church at 1000 South Cooper Steet holds both in person and virtual
meetings every day at their location at 8am, both virtually and in person.
The Commons at 258 North Merton Street hold in-person meetings every day, Monday –
Saturday at 12pm and Sunday at 2pm .
Hope Presbyterian Church at 8500 Walnut Grove Road, at varying times, Tuesday at 12pm and
7:30pm, Thursday at 12pm and 7:30pm, and Sunday at 6:30pm.
There are multiple other locations and times for meetings, and we implore you, if needed and if
wanted, to be in attendance. Here is the link to the full list of meeting locations and times:
If you do not have means to travel but have access to the internet here is a resource on
virtual meetings that occur varying times and days of the week.
The link is: https://virtual-na.org/meetings/
If you do not have access to the internet and means to travel here are some helpful resources
to do on your own.
You can build a support group. You can build a support group with friends and families to hold
yourself accountable for your commitment to your sobriety.
You can chew gum or speak words of wisdom to yourself such as, “I can do this” or ” I am strong
enough to overcome this”.
Exercise or do something to get your mind off using. If you are into video games, play a level of
your favorite video games and you might find yourself forgetting the negative thoughts and
instead on how far you’ve come in your favorite video game.
Here is a link to more resources if you need them: https://www.webmd.com/mental-
You can reach one of our peer support specialist by emailing email@example.com anytime.
Please continue your efforts in your journey of sobriety. You are making the right choice, and you are strong enough to do this.