Booklets

Literature bigger than IP’s, but smaller than books.

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  • An Introductory Guide to Narcotics Anonymous

    $2.40

    Specially designed for newcomers, this pocket-sized paperback book contains the Basic Text’s chapter on the Twelve Steps plus ten pamphlets: Am I an Addict?, Welcome to NA, For the Newcomer, Another Look, Self-Acceptance, Sponsorship, Revised, Just for Today, Recovery and Relapse, Staying Clean on the Outside, and One Addict’s Experience.

  • Working Step 4

    $0.95

    “This is a model,” reads the introduction to this booklet, “of what a thorough Fourth Step inventory might be.” The inventory itself covers resentments, relationships, self-obsession and self-centeredness, shame and guilt, times we felt victimized, fear, and assets.

  • The White Booklet, Lg Print

    $0.90

    One of NA’s earliest publications, the White Booklet was first published in the mid-1950s. It contains basic definitions of the addict and the NA program, how and why the program works, what an addict can do to start recovering, and eight accounts of personal recovery experiences.

  • The White Booklet

    $0.85

    One of NA’s earliest publications, the White Booklet was first published in the mid-1950s. It contains basic definitions of the addict and the NA program, how and why the program works, what an addict can do to start recovering, and eight accounts of personal recovery experiences.

  • The H&I White Booklet

    $0.85

    One of NA’s earliest publications, the White Booklet was first published in the mid-1950s. It contains basic definitions of the addict and the NA program, how and why the program works, what an addict can do to start recovering, and eight accounts of personal recovery experiences. The H&I version of the White Booklet has no staples.

  • In Times of Illness

    $3.80

    Revised and expanded to better reflect members’ experiences with challenges such as mental health issues, chronic illness and pain, and supporting members with illnesses. Includes section summaries in the table of contents.

  • The Group Booklet

    $1.05

    This is the primary guidebook for starting and maintaining an NA group. That includes a sample meeting format and answers key questions like:

    • What is an NA group?
    • Who can be a member?
    • Where can we hold NA meetings?
    • What kind of meeting format can we use?
    • What kinds of literature should we use?
    • What officers does a group need?
    • What responsibilities does an NA group have?
    • How can our group support other NA services?
    • How can our group better serve our community?
    • How can our group solve its problems?
  • Behind The Walls

    $1.25

    This simple booklet, written by addicts recovering in Narcotics Anonymous, is designed specifically for individuals who are currently incarcerated and who may have a drug problem.

  • Behind The Walls, H&I (no staples)

    $1.25

    This simple booklet, written by addicts recovering in Narcotics Anonymous, is designed specifically for individuals who are currently incarcerated and who may have a drug problem.

  • Twelve Concepts for Service

    $2.30

    As the Twelve Steps offer NA’s experience in personal recovery and the Twelve Traditions provide principles for group unity, so do the Twelve Concepts represent our fellowship’s collective experience in developing, coordinating, and maintaining our services. Please note that the ECFA is a Traditions based Area that believes our Traditions work just as well in Groups, Areas, Regions, and at the World level. However, we encourage anyone who might think otherwise to read this booklet and avail yourselves of our links section and study our history.

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