White Key Tag: This is usually the first key tag given and represents the surrender to the program. It signifies a clean slate and the member's decision to begin a drug-free life.
Orange Key Tag: Represents thirty days or one month of sobriety. This key tag is a symbol of early recovery and the member's commitment to stay drug-free.
Green Key Tag: Awarded for sixty days or two months of sobriety. It represents growth in the NA program and the member's ongoing journey in recovery.
Red Key Tag: Signifies ninety days or three months of sobriety. This key tag is a marker of the member's perseverance and continuous commitment to their recovery.
Blue Key Tag: Given for six months of sobriety. This key tag symbolizes the member's continued strength and stability in maintaining a drug-free lifestyle.
Yellow Key Tag: Represents nine months of sobriety. It is a sign of hope and encouragement, showing that the member is nearing their first year of continuous sobriety.
Glow-in-the-Dark Key Tag: Typically awarded for one year of sobriety, this key tag is unique and often glow-in-the-dark. It's a significant milestone, representing the member's dedication and the light they've brought into their lives through recovery.
Each key tag is often inscribed with the NA symbol and sometimes includes encouraging messages or principles of the program. They are not just tokens of time but also symbols of the hard work, dedication, and strength each member has shown in their journey to recovery.