Discussion Boards Home Page
Welcome to our Discussion Area. Each of the discussion areas listed below have slightly different posting and participation requirements.
- NA Service Discussion Area - registration and some demographic information are required. The demographic information we collect allows NA World Services to contact members directly.We are constantly looking for members in local NA communities who have interest and/or experience in specific areas of service for a variety of reasons, ranging from providing ES&H to other members or serving on workgroups of various types for service projects and other tasks. All demographic information will be kept private.
- NAWS IT Blog - This is the blog where the IT department at NAWS posts information about projects they are working and is a way to communicate with other NA Website and IT trusted servants. While it is not a traditional discussion board as the 2 mentioned on this page, we list it here because its a way that we are able to communicate with the fellowship.
- Traditions Book Discussion Area - The
Traditions Book Project discussion board is an area for members to share their
thoughts and ideas, along with their experience, strength, and hope, related to
the Twelve Traditions in principle and practice. The purpose of these
discussions is to help uncover insights that will help the Traditions Book
Project create the best new piece of literature possible to assist the NA
Fellowship—members, groups and service bodies—in applying the Twelve
- WSC Participants' Discussion Area - The WSC discussion board is meant to provide conference participants with an opportunity to share ideas and experience with one another. Our hope is to allow participants the opportunity to discuss matters freely, with confidence that their comments will not be reposted elsewhere without proper context and that unrefined ideas will not be misconstrued as concrete decisions and reported to the fellowship as such. Viewing the boards as well as posting to them is limited to those conference participants who either attended WSC 2014, or were eligible to do so, as well as any other conference participants who were elected afterwards. As a reminder, the 2014 WSC voted to limit access to this discussion board to conference participants only.
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