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South Jersey Area of Narcotics Anonymous


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One of the first suggestions many of us hear when we begin attending NA meetings is to get a sponsor. As newcomers, we may not understand what this means. What is a sponsor? How do we get and use one? Where do we find one? This pamphlet is intended to serve as a brief introduction to sponsorship.


For the Newcomer

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NA is a nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other to stay clean.  There are no dues or fees. The only requirement for membership is the desire to stop using.


NA World Services

Conference Agenda Report 2014
Voting is due by April ASC
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WSC 2014 Ballot-Conference Agenda Report
(Use this to record your groups votes on the CAR motions)

Traditions Book Project
Members of the NA fellowship are currently working on a Traditions book. To learn more or get involved, please see the NAWS Traditions Book Project page for details.


Check back here for more great events from the South Jersey Area Activities Committee


New Meeting Place
The 12+12 For Life group is moving effective Wednesday, April 16th
New address:
Hope United Methodist Church
700 Cooper Rd 
Voorhees, NJ

New Meeting Place
The Spiritual Principles group is moving effective Wednesday, April 2nd
New address:
515 E. Main St.
Marlton, NJ

Meeting Needs Support
Two Heads Are Better Than One
12:00 PM
Lutheran Memorial Church
Blackwood, NJ
See the flyer

New Meeting
A New Way to Live
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
St. Paul's United Methodist Church
74 Church Street
West Deptford
See the flyer

H&I Subcommittee is in need of support
We need committed members to carry the message of recovery to sick and suffering addicts inside local area hospitals and institutions.
If you have 6 months clean, an NA Sponsor and Home Group, come out to the Hospitals and Institutions Subcommittee and pick up a commitment to carry the message of Recovery.
See the flyer

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