Welcome to the NA Minnesota Service Community. When you register on this site, new opportunities to carry our message will open up.
When we look at people with significant clean time, we see willingness, certainly. The ones who stick around will go to any lengths to stay clean, and grow in their recovery. Part of that is also a willingness to do whatever it takes to carry the message to addicts who still suffer.
As the saying goes, “Stick with the winners!” and if you want to know where the winners are, they’re right here doing service. They are the ones who have nurtured that seed of willingness into solid commitment. They are the trusted servants.
Narcotics Anonymous is often mentioned in the news. Unfortunately, news outlets are not bound by our Twelve Traditions. Articles that appear here may not be good examples of how to represent NA.
We provide this information to inform our fellowship about how NA is currently being portrayed in the news.
Narcotics Anonymous has been invited to participate in Transition Fairs at Minnesota Correctional Facilities across Minnesota. These Transition Fairs present opportunities for offenders with 16 months or less to serve.
The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation has invited Narcotics Anonymous to have a booth at their annual Hazelfest Music and Recovery Community Festival on August 3rd, 2019. This is a way to celebrate recovery,
Minnesota Recovery Connection has invited Narcotics Anonymous to have a booth at their fifth annual Walk for Recovery on Saturday, September 14th. This is a way to celebrate recovery, show support, generate hope, reduce stigma,