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Narcotics Anonymous Literature

All downloadable literature available below in Portable Document Format (pdf) format is copyrighted by Narcotics Anonymous World Serivces. Please visit Narcotics Anonymous World Services at http://www.na.org for more information as well as reproduction guidelines and restrictions.

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NA Group Readings

Who Is an Addict? What Is the NA Program?
Why Are We Here? How It Works
The Twelve Traditions of NA Just for Today
We Do Recover

IP's - NA Informational Pamphlets

IP #1 - Who, What, How, and Why IP #2 - The Group
IP #5 - Another Look IP #6 - Recovery and Relapse
IP #7 - Am I an Addict? IP #8 - Just for Today
IP #9 - Living the Program IP #10 - Working Step Four in NA
IP #11 - Sponsorship, Revised IP #12 - The Triangle of Self-Obsession
IP #13 - By Young Addicts, For Young Addicts IP #14 - One Addict's Experience...
IP #15 - PI and the NA Member IP #16 - For the Newcomer
IP #17 - For Those in Treatment IP #19 - Self-Acceptance
IP #20 - H&I Service & the NA Member IP #21 - The Loner - Staying Clean in Isolation
IP #22 - Welcome to NA IP #23 - Staying Clean on the Outside
IP #24 - Money Matters Self Support in NA IP #26 - Accessibility for Those with Additional Needs
IP #27 - For the Parents or Guardians Of Young People in NA IP #28 - Funding NA Services

NA Booklets

Narcotics Anonymous - Little White Book The Group Booklet
Twelve Concepts for NA Service In Times of Illness
Behind the Walls Introductory Guide to NA, Revised
NA: A Resource in Your Community, 2010 Version

 

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