Resources for Narcotics Anonymous Members

TASC Meets October 2nd this month.


Service Literature – From NAWS www.na.org

Guide to Local ServiceGuide To Local Service
A Guide to Local Services in Narcotics Anonymous is intended to serve as a resource to those in every country who have committed themselves to providing the services necessary to carry our message to the still-suffering addict.
The Group BookletThe Group Booklet (from www.na.org)
What you will find here are some brief answers to a few very basic questions: What is an NA group? How does the work get done? What kinds of meetings can a group have? When problems arise, how are they solved? We hope this booklet proves useful as your group seeks to fulfill its primary purpose: to carry the message to the addict who still suffers.
The Twelve Concepts of NA Service – Twelve Concepts for NA Services (from www.NA.org)
Introduction… Narcotics Anonymous, as a fellowship, is defined by its principles. Our Twelve Steps detail our program for personal recovery. Our Twelve Traditions relate experience that can help NA groups maintain their unity. And our Twelve Concepts are guiding principles for our service structure.