Be a PenPal Sponsor for NA Members in Prison
Many NA members behind the walls are asking for sponsors. Help them work the Twelve Steps of Narcotics Anonymous by writing letters back and forth. Your contact information will be kept completely confidential because your sponsee will send his/her letters to a PO Box and then the letter will be forwarded to you.
October 2013 NA Way
The October 2013 NA Way Magazine, NA’s worldwide recovery journal is available. This issue celebrates WCNA 35, fellowship development, the formation of the Afri-can Zonal Forum, our diamond anniversary, and much more.
Want to contribute a story, artwork, photo, or other material to The NA Way Magazine? See the submission guidelines at www.naway.org. Become an e-subscriber with live links and exclusive e-subscription content.
Traditions Book Input
Narcotics Anonymous is creating a new book on the Traditions. Input is requested from all corners of the fellowship.
Providing input is easy.
A 15-20 minute format for input can be discussed in your home group or with your sponsor.
The full-length session is a little longer, about 60 to 90 minutes.
For all the session profiles and information on the Traditions Book, go to www.na.org/traditions. Send all your input to the World Board.
2013 Membership Survey
Every other year NA World Services conducts a membership survey to support public relations efforts that show NA "as a viable program of recovery." Nearly 18,000 took the survey in 2011. The 2013 survey began in Philadelphia at the world convention with more than 42 countries present. Our fellowship is hoping more than 20,000 fill out this year's survey. Please take a few minutes and fill it out here. The survey will be available 4 months, but fill it out while you have a chance.
Reaching Out! Whether you are an NA member, a professional who works with recovering addicts, an incarcerated member or a member who provides Hospital and Institution service, this NA World Services newsletter may be a resource for you. Reaching Out in its design helps incarcerated addicts connect to the NA program of recovery, enhances H&I efforts and offers experience from members who successfully transitioned from the ‘inside’ to be productive members of society.