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For Professionals

Narkotika Anonim: Sejarah Singkat

Persekutuan non-profit Narcotics Anonymous (NA), muncul dari Program Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) pada akhir 1940-an, untuk menerangi jalan menuju pemulihan dari kengerian kecanduan narkoba. Narcotics Anonymous dimulai pada Juli 1953 dengan pertemuan pertamanya di California Selatan. Dalam beberapa tahun, kelompok NA telah terbentuk di Brasil, Kolombia, Jerman, India, Republik Irlandia, Jepang, Selandia Baru, dan Inggris.


Saat ini NA sudah mapan di sebagian besar Amerika Utara dan Selatan, Eropa Barat, Australia, Timur Tengah, Selandia Baru, dan Eropa Timur. Buku dan pamflet informasi Narkotika Anonim saat ini tersedia dalam XX bahasa . Saat ini ada lebih dari XXXXX pertemuan mingguan di lebih dari XXX negara .

Jika Anda ingin mengatur presentasi atau berbicara dengan seseorang secara lebih rinci tentang layanan yang kami tawarkan, silakan hubungi Kelompok Kerja Hubungan Masyarakat .

Tautan Cepat untuk Profesional

Includes facts about the history of NA, organizational philosophy, and membership demographics.

Offers a welcoming introduction, and explains practices unfamiliar to those at their first meetings, and provides tips for groups to preserve an atmosphere of recovery.

This pamphlet provides information about local NA services that may be available such as public service announcements, phonelines, literature sales, and NA presentations for health fairs, schools and professional conferences.

Contains the results of the First APF membership Survey 2018-2019, conducted by the PR & FD WorkGroups.

In this pamphlet, we offer some suggestions and a basic plan of action to help recovering addicts in the transition from treatment, to continuing recovery in Narcotics Anonymous.

This relied-upon booklet was recently revised to reflect members’ experiences with challenges such as mental health issues, chronic illness and pain, and supporting members with illnesses. It includes section summaries in the table of contents.

This pamphlet was developed by young members of Narcotics Anonymous to illustrate the fact that young addicts around the world, speaking many different languages, are getting and staying clean in NA.

Our Twelve Traditions remind us that medication use is a member’s personal decision, and is an outside issue for NA groups. This piece is intended for groups as they consider this issue. It does not address members’ personal decisions, nor does it try to change members’ opinions about medication. Groups are often better able to carry the message and welcome everyone when members come together to discuss this issue.

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