Meets on the 4th Monday of each month
6:30pm at Salvation Army 838 Alta St. Redlands, CA 92374(click for map)
It is through the Public Information Committee that NA reaches out to our communities and demonstrates that this program is available as a resource to all. Many addicts and their families have had their first encounters with NA through our community outreaches. Maybe they met an addict at a booth sitting or saw a presentation at a school, or attended a probation/parole orientation. Our fellowship’s interactions within our communities have shown many people a new hope.
The Narcotic Anonymous message is, that an addict, any addict, can stop using drugs, lose the desire to use and find a new way to live.
Our relations with the public enable us to share this message broadly so that those who might benefit from our program of recovery can find us. We perform public relations service to increase the awareness and credibility of the N.A. program. We share our message openly with the public at large, with prospective members, and with professionals. Maintaining an open, attractive attitude in these efforts helps us to create and improve relationships with those outside the fellowship.
Establishing and maintaining a commitment to these relationships can help us further our primary purpose. The spiritual principles of our steps, traditions, and concepts guide us in pursuing our public relations aims and our efforts to enhance N.A.’s public image and reputation. These principles apply to our community and service efforts as well as to the personal behavior and attitude of individual members.