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Welcome

Narcotics Anonymous is a non-profit fellowship of people who suffer from the disease of addiction. We meet on a regular basis to help each other stay clean and share our experience, strength, and hope. If you think you might have a drug problem, please call one of the Area Helplines, or come to one of our meetings. If you are a professional seeking more information, please visit the NA World Services Resources for Professionals web page.

Service System Project - NA World Services

Latest IT Services Developments

What can IT Services offer your Area?
The IT Services Subcommittee has been hard at work and has a wide array of offerings to the Region. To see what we can offer your area and learn about the free tools that come with these methods, please click here to read the full article.


Updates / Announcements:


NA World Services Announcements

Membership Survey: Just a reminder to fill out the membership survey online at http://www.na.org/?ID=2015-survey if you haven’t already done so. The data from the survey helps us to demonstrate that we are a viable and respected recovery community resource and to offer hope to others that they, too, can recover. The deadline for the survey is 4 October 2015.

Traditions Project: The last chapters of the Traditions Book project have been released for review and input. The deadline for input on Traditions 7–10 is 31 August. The deadline for input on Traditions 11 & 12 is 30 September. You can access them here: www.na.org/traditions. You don’t have to wait until you have input on all of the material to send us your thoughts. In fact, the sooner we receive your input, the more time we have to incorporate your ideas into the revisions.

World Service Position Nominations: In order to be considered for nomination to the World Board or HRP or as a WSC Cofacilitator at WSC 2016, please submit a World Pool Information Form or update your form if you have submitted in the past by 31 August 2015.

The deadline for regions, the World Board, and zones to submit candidates to the HRP for consideration for nomination to the World Board, HRP, or as WSC Cofacilitator at WSC 2016 (RBZ candidates) is 31 October 2015.

For more information on serving at the world level: http://www.na.org/?ID=HRP-info

Service System Web Meetings: We hope to schedule two web meetings related to the service system project ideas in August: an introductory web meeting that will consist of a presentation followed by Q&A, and a web meeting for those who are implementing ideas or thinking of implementing ideas related to the project. This second web meeting will function primarily as a chance for members of those communities to talk to each other about what is working and what they would like input on. If the meeting for implementers seems helpful, we could schedule them regularly.

We also would like to schedule a web meeting for folks serving in rural communities soon. If you are interested in participating in any of these web meetings, please email  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it and let us know which interest you.

Conference Agenda Report: The English-language Conference Agenda Report will be published by 25 November 2015, and the translated versions of the CAR will be published by 24 December 2015.

 

C&E Guidelines Updated

Updated C&E Guidelines (July, 2015) uploaded to the Service Guidelines page.
 

RSC "summer session" agenda and other info for review

From Craig R. (RSC Chair):


All:

It is shaping up to be a very busy RSC this quarter! Please take a look at the agenda to see if there is anything that I missed from last RSC. Attached is an updated acronym sheet for your reference, this will not be handed out at RSC so print a copy to bring with you.


The RSC Auditor’s schedule is as follows:

  1. C&E Committee audit – Friday at 4PM at Holiday Inn Express
  2. WNIRCNA Kelso final audit Friday at 5:30PM at Holiday Inn Express
  3. Clean & Free – Saturday 8AM at Holiday Inn Express
  4. WNIRCNA Pasco – immediately following RSC (or after C&E if done early)
  5. PNW – immediately following RSC (or after C&E if done early)

RCM’s are encouraged to help with audits so if you can schedule some extra time that would be great. On a personal note; Leia and I can't stay after RSC this session so we will not be able to help with WNIRCNA Pasco & PNW.


Attachments:

Below list of Area’s from the new roll call sheet, please look to make sure I noted and corrected all the changes we’ve had the last couple sessions:

AREA'S

BLUE MOUNTAIN

CENTRAL WASHINGTON

CHELAN DOUGLASS COUNTY

EVERETT

GRAYS HARBOR

GREAT NORTHWEST

GREATER CASCADE LOOP

LOWER COLUMBIA

NORTH IDAHO

NORTH OLYMPIC PENINSULA

NORTHEAST WASHINGTON

NORTHERN PANHANDLE

PIERCE COUNTY

SEATTLE

SOUTH KING COUNTY

SOUTH PUGET SOUND

SOUTHWEST WASHINGTON

THE LEWIS COUNTY

TRI-CITIES

WEST PUGET SOUND

 



-Craig R
WNIRNA RSC Chairperson
 

New Area Formed: Chelan & Douglas Counties

New Area has been formed: Chelan & Douglas Counties of NA - http://www.cdcna.org
 

April 2015 edition of NAWS News: Online

The April 2015 edition of NAWS News is now available to be viewed online.
 

NAWS Update Nov, 2014

Traditions Book

Many members have been waiting for the opportunity to see and give input on the first drafts of the Traditions Book. Well, that process has begun. The introduction and Tradition One of the book are posted here. Unlike the password-protected R&I drafts we have used in the past, this PDF can be accessed without a password. However, because it is only draft material, the PDF will expire and the ...
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