Welcome to the Northern New England Region of Narcotics Anonymous
NA is a nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We meet regularly to help each other stay clean. If you are new to our program, please come to a meeting and see us or call one of our helpline numbers listed below (24/7).
Our Region is comprised of five service Areas, with meetings held in Maine, the northern half of Vermont, most of New Hampshire, and several border communities of Massachusetts. We meet every two months in one of our member Areas.
The primary function of the Northern New England Region of Narcotics Anonymous is to unify the Areas within our Region. We do this by carrying the NA message of recovery from the disease of addiction through our subcommittees and by contributing to the growth of N.A. by initiating and supporting the work of the World Service Conference. We contribute to our WSC with funds, ideas and confidence. We are a meeting place for Areas and provide a forum for their needs. We are a resource and a pooling place so a loving higher power may prevail to meet those needs. We also act as a center of communication with other Regions.
We encourage all NA members throughout the NNER to attend and participate in the total RSC experience.
Next NNERNA Service Committee Meeting:
NNERSC Meeting and
Attracting Members To Service Issue Discussion Workshop
Saturday. September 21, 2019
Eastern Maine Medical Center
Brandow Conference Room, 2nd Floor
489 State Street
12-4 pm: Regional Service Committee Meeting
Lean about the new Fellowship Development ad-hoc
Learn about using video conferencing to attend service meetings
Learn about the New England States Service Symposium
Learn about the planning of the Multi-Regional Learning Event
To participate remotely via Zoom, follow this link: https://zoom.us/j/4024750512
4:30 – 6:30 pm Attracting Members To Service Issue Discussion Workshop
What would NA look like without service?
Why is service such a significant part of the NA Program?
How have we each personally benefited from service?
How has it helped us each stay clean and enhanced our recovery?
What changes can we make to out attitudes and practice to attract populations that are missing,
such as younger members, to service?
To participate remotely via Zoom, follow this link: https://zoom.us/j/547534944
Free event, food will be served during the workshop
Full day of food, fun. fellowship! Come join us!