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“We are not interested in what or how much you used or who your connections were, what you have done in the past, how much or how little you have, but only in what you want to do about your problem and how we can help.”Basic Text pg. 9


DCASCNA – Detroit Central Area Service Committee of Narcotics Anonymous

“We keep what we have only with vigilance and just as the freedom for the individual comes from the 12 Steps, so freedom for the group springs from our Traditions. As long as the ties that bind us together are stronger than those that would tear us apart, all will be well”

DCASCNA Sub-Committees

The Activity sub committee shall in support of our 5th Tradition coordinate various activities i.e. workshops, learning day, social events and other special events.  Follow the suggestions in the area Activities Committee guidelines as appropriate for its needs.

The Helping Hands sub committee shall help members attend local Narcotic Anonymous conventions by assisting with fundraisers for the intent and purpose of helping accommodate and attract newer participation and convention workshops in the Fellowship.  The subcommittee shall also coordinate precedence. The subcommittee shall follow the suggestions in the area Helping Hands guidelines as appropriate for it’s needs.

The area H&I committee is a sub committee of the area service committee ASC.  The ultimate goal of H&I is to get our message of recovery to any addict whose attendance at regular NA meetings is restricted.  The area H&I committee sub committee play a central role in the overall H&I service effort.  It initiates, coordinates and conducts the local NA hospitals and institutions meetings within it’s area.

The purpose of the Literature sub committee is to coordinate the creation, development nd revision of the literature for the area.  Also to work on literature based on area input prior to presentation for area review and or approval.  To lend support to area and Regional literature committees through the sharing of experience in written and verbal communication.

This subcommittee is essential to the growth of N.A. in the area and needs assistance from many members to achieve their objectives. This subcommittee serves as a liaison between N.A. and society as a whole. This subcommittee compiles an Area Meeting list three times per year (or as needed). It provides and carries the N.A. message to those who may not have heard of us or misinterpreted us, informing them of what we do and where we are available. See PR Statement  and Vision for NA Service

This Sub-Committee shall support the member groups of the Committee by helping resolve situations or needs a group has not been able to handle on its own, provide panels and workshops to increase understanding of the Twelve Traditions and the N.A. service structure.

This subcommittee maintains a telephone information service for Narcotics Anonymous that helps addicts and others in the community find us easily and quickly.

This Sub-Committee shall review any possible policy changes; seek guidance in a better understanding of our Traditions and report back to the Committee and follow the suggestions in World service Conference Committee Handbooks as appropriate for its needs.