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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.
Information about NA$0.40
This is typically used by Public Information committees to introduce the history, program concepts, service organizations, and demographics of Narcotics Anonymous.
NA – A Resource In your Community$0.50
This is typically used by Public Information committees.
Social Media and Our Guiding Principles$0.40
Offers some thoughts on how to uphold our principles when interacting with one another and the general public in online forums. This pamphlet doesn’t encourage or discourage use of these sites, but simply addresses using social media responsibly considering our tradition of anonymity. This should not be read in a recovery meeting and is primarily for our service structure.
NA Groups and Medication$0.40
Our Twelve Traditions remind us that medication use is a member’s personal decision, and is an outside issue for NA groups. This piece is intended for groups as they consider this issue. It does not address members’ personal decisions, nor does it try to change members’ opinions about medication. Groups are often better able to carry the message and welcome everyone when members come together to discuss this issue. Service pamphlets (SP) are a resource developed by the World Board for groups and service bodies and are not NA approved literature. SP are not intended to be for use during recovery meetings.
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?
Laminated Group reading cards$7.85
Set of 7 laminated Group reading cards. Each Group can decide what they want to read or not. They include:
- What Is the NA Program?
- Why Are We Here?
- How It Works
- The Twelve Traditions of NA
- Who Is an Addict?
- Just for Today
- We Do Recover
Group Business Meetings$0.30
This pamphlet includes thoughts on effective group business meetings as well as a sample format and discussion topics. Service pamphlets (SP) are a resource developed by the World Board for groups and service bodies and are not NA approved literature. SP are not intended to be for use during recovery meetings.
Principles and Leadership in NA Service$0.40
Explains the importance of effective leadership for quality NA services and addresses how our Twelve Concepts and principles are applied in service. Highlights some of the skills and qualities of effective leaders, and how our service bodies can attract and cultivate leaders. Please note that this is heavy on Concepts and that the East Central Florida Area is a Traditions based service structure. Service pamphlets (SP) are a resource developed by the World Board for groups and service bodies and are not NA approved literature. SP are not intended to be for use during recovery meetings.
Group Treasurer Record Pad$0.90
Group Starter KitSale!
The ECFA has it’s own Group starter kit and it is available for free to any new Group in the ECFA who needs it. It includes the following items:
- Set of Group readings (EN-9130)
- Group Treasurer Record Pad (EN-9001)
- An Introductory Guide to NA (EN-1200)
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