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. We can only help those who are willing to help themselves. If you are a professional seeking more information, please visit the NA World Services Resources for Professionals web page.
Service System Project - Narcotics Anonymous World Services
Objective 4 of the NAWS Strategic Plan: Transition from a service structure
to a service system
that is driven by unity in fulfilling our primary purpose and that is flexible in meeting the diverse service needs and goals of NA communities. Click on the links to check it out and get involved!
Latest IT Services Developments
What can IT Services offer your Area?
The IT Services Sub-Committee 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.
WNIRNA Area Template & Hosting Transfer List
For Areas interested in viewing the current status of Area Template & Hosting, please see the WNIRNA Area Template & Hosting Transfer List
document. This is a live published document and will update immediately when changes are made by IT Services.
2013 NA Membership Survey
"Every two years we attempt to gather information about our members, and the time to gather that information is now! Some may wonder why we want this information and how we use it. One of the aims of A Vision for NA Service is that NA is viewed as a “viable program of recovery.” With members from forty-two countries attending the world convention in Philadelphia, and members around the world participating from their homes, we have an opportunity to demonstrate that we are, indeed, a viable and respected recovery community resource." -NA World Services
To participate in this survey, please follow this link to the NAWS website: http://www.na.org/?ID=2013-survey