The TCANA Public Relations Subcommittee places particular importance on raising the level of awareness of Narcotics Anonymous within the treatment community. Many recovering addicts have credited members of that community with introducing them to Narcotics Anonymous. Through a cooperative relationship, NA is able to complement the efforts of the treatment community in helping the addict recover.

Presentations

The primary method used to introduce Narcotics Anonymous to interested organizations is a Presentation. A Presentation consists of a panel of experienced NA members who meet with the interested party to share NA‘s approach to recovery, including how meetings are organized and the framework of our Traditions.

For more information or to schedule a presentation, call our Helpline at 800-365-1035. When prompted, select Twin City Area. Then press 0 or wait on the line for an operator. The operator will take your contact information and a member of the TCANA PR Subcommittee will contact you promptly to discuss to your needs.

Informational Packets and TCANA Meeting Schedules

Informational Packets are available to interested organizations upon request. Informational Packets contain a selection of Narcotics Literature as well as a TCANA Meeting Schedule and a list of Helpline numbers for North and South Carolina. Packets of printed TCANA Meeting Schedules are also available upon request.

To request either an Informational Packet or a packet of printed TCANA Meeting Schedules, call our Helpline at 800-365-1035. When prompted, select Twin City Area. Then press 0 or wait on the line for an operator. The operator will take your contact information and a member of the PR Subcommittee will contact you promptly to discuss to your needs.

Online Learning Resources

Narcotics Anonymous World Services has published a selection of NA Recovery Literature online.

About Public Relations

The purpose of a Narcotics Anonymous Public Relations Committee (or subcommittee) is to inform the public that NA exists and offers recovery from the disease of addiction. This is accomplished by ensuring that information about our fellowship is accurate and is available to the public.