Date(s) - 2018/10/03
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
This event is for Community Professionals
Narcotics Anonymous is a member-driven, multi-cultural organization with a
twelve-step approach to recovery from drug addiction. No dues or fees are charged for membership. NA’s program focuses on an addict’s recovery from the disease of addiction rather than any specific drug. Today there are over 67,000 Narcotics Anonymous meetings in 129 countries worldwide. Locally in the Granite State and Seacoast Areas, we have 80 weekly meetings. We are a part of the Northern New
England Region of Narcotics Anonymous, which includes 4 other areas in New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont. Our area was created in the mid 1980’s and has steadily grown since then.
We are cordially inviting you to attend a public relations roundtable discussion hosted by the Granite State Area of Narcotics Anonymous. We are inviting professionals to this event in a desire to build cooperative relationships, to inform professionals about NA in the local community, and to learn from you how we can better work together. This discussion will be a mutual exchange of experiences and
information. Our desire is that NA becomes a viable and credible community resource for you. We would like your help in achieving this goal.
Time and Location:
October 3, 2018
250 Pleasant Street, Concord 03301
Boucher Conference Room
(There will be beverages and appetizers provided during the meeting.)
If you were invited via US Postal Mail, please let us know of your availability to participate in this meeting by returning the enclosed stamped self addressed RSVP card. If you did not receive an invite, and are interested in attending this event, please use the Contact Us form or call our help line.
Thank you for your interest in Narcotics Anonymous.
If you are a community professional and would like to attend this event, please Contact Us.
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