Thank you all who attended and were of service to a wonderful weekend of recovery at the convention this weekend.

Please attend our nominations via ZOOM on February 9, 2023 @ 6:30pm





“The most important thing about living clean is that we are alive to do it, and for people with the disease of addiction this is nothing less than a miracle. We do recover to live full and rewarding lives. Those lives present us with challenges, some of which we never expected. Living beyond our wildest dreams often means that we are in uncharted territory. The countless addicts who have contributed to this book have made clear that the miracle of getting clean is not the last one we experience, or the last one we need. We have learned that we really can survive anything and stay clean. It’s never too late to start over, reconnect with the fellowship, work steps, have a spiritual awakening, and find a new way to live. As long as we are willing to stay clean and keep coming back, our recovery continues to unfold in ways we couldn’t imagine. We are living clean, and every day the journey continues.”

-Living Clean, Preface




Facility Maps

Open Positions

Points Of Interest


Day 1 (Friday, January 13th)

Day 2 (Saturday, January 14th)

Day 3 (Sunday, January 15th)

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.

Mission Statement

To carry the message to the addict who stills suffers and deepen the spirit of unity beyween the Monterey and Santa Cruz areas of Narcotics Anonymous