Welcome to your Tennessee Area DAA

Drug Addicts Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who have recovered from addiction and are committed to helping those who still suffer.

We have recovered by using the Twelve Steps as outlined in the book of Alcoholics Anonymous. Drug Addicts Anonymous is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization, or institution, does not engage in any controversy, and neither endorses nor opposes any causes.  Our primary purpose is to recover from our addiction and help other addicts to achieve the same freedom.  Drug Addicts Anonymous is not dedicated to users of any one specific drug, and use of no single drug was predominant among our members.

Drug Addicts Anonymous is fully supported by voluntary contributions from its members and declines outside donations.

The Twelve Step program is a fact-finding and fact-facing process.  It requires action on the part of the addict and, if worked properly, will be intensive and enlightening. Newcomers may choose to be guided through the steps by experienced members of Drug Addicts Anonymous who have had deep and effective spiritual experiences as the result of working the steps themselves.

Once we were able to admit that we had been defeated by addiction, all that was required to begin the program was willingness, honesty, and open-mindedness.

Drug Addicts Anonymous Doesn't:

• Keep attendance records.

 • Monitor or control members.

 • Recruit or solicit members.

 • Provide detox, rehab, hospitalization, medication, or psychiatric treatment.

 • Offer religious services.

 • Dispense food, clothing, jobs, money, or other social services.

 • Provide letters of reference to parole boards, lawyers, or courts.