Sponsorship in NA: A special issue of NA Today, the magazine of the Australian region of NA.NATODAY Nov 2020 web complete small
NA Today Recovery Magazine
Please enjoy the July issue of NA Today.NA Today July 2020 WEB REVISED
We are all looking to find ways to keep busy inside at the moment. So, kick back and get your spiritual fill with the latest offering from NA Today about service! This issue is all about service in NA. We have contributions from members who have served NA at many different levels and in many different capacities. My personal favourite is the article by Janet P, who I had the pleasure to serve with at region, talking about her experience doing service in NA as treasurer. I have an article from a friend of mine, Lucy, about what service in NA has done for her recovery. Plus my own contribution about doing service, and the way it has benefited my recovery. Plus much, much more about service on all different levels.
These are difficult times, and included in this issue is the announcement from region about the COVID – 19 Pandemic and how it affects our fellowship. There is also a flyer directing you to some of the online services offered by NA. I suggest, however, if you want really good information about these things then you look back over the past blogs here https://www.na.org.au/multi/online-meetings-update/, and have a search around the website here https://www.na.org.au/multi/online-meetings/ as our IT subcommittee has been working really hard to provide any assistance you might need in navigating the online recovery world.
Narcotics Anonymous offers freedom from drug addiction. Our message is that any addict can get clean from drugs and stay clean. Narcotics anonymous is a 12 step fellowship operating in Australia. We have 100’s of meetings where addicts can come to get clean all over the country. This edition explores the experience of our members working the steps of Narcotics AnonymousNA TODAY November 2019 Low Res
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Acknowledgement to Country
NA Australia acknowledges that we meet on Aboriginal Land. We recognize the strength, resilience and capacity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people.
Australia comprises many Aboriginal and Torres Strait nations. We would like to acknowledge all of the traditional custodians of the land within Australia.
We pay respects to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Elders past and present.