NA: A Worldwide Organization Narcotics Anonymous, an international, community-based association of recovering drug addicts, provides peer support to other addicts who desire a drug-free outcome. We strive to cooperate with professionals such as therapeutic communities and other organizations with similar goals.
Narcotics Anonymous is one of the world's largest associations of recovering drug addicts. The NA approach to recovery from drug addiction is completely nonprofessional, relying on peer support. We believe the NA program works as well as it does primarily because of the therapeutic value of addicts helping other addicts. It is an ideal aftercare support network for clients who wish to pursue and maintain a drug free outcome no matter where in the world where they live.
Canada Atlantic Region The Canada Atlantic Region was formed in the late 1990s to fill a need by members within Atlantic Canada. NA service bodies within Atlantic Canada have joined together to create a service structure that provides services for our members and the local communities
Newfoundland and Labrador Area Service The purpose of the Newfoundland and Labrador Area Service (NLASC) is to administer and coordinate the activities common to the welfare of the Narcotics Anonymous groups in the Newfoundland and Labrador Area. It connects groups in the area, supports the needs of the groups, and fosters unity by creating and maintaining subcommittees to respond to the needs of the fellowship as they arise. The NLASC assists the groups in carrying the message of recovery.It is to be of service, never ofgovernance.
Site owned and maintained by the Newfoundland and Labrador Area Service Committee of Narcotics Anonymous Last updated on: September 26, 2021
For information or questions pertaining to the NLASC website please contact theNLASC Public Information. All times listed on the NL Area Service Website are in Newfoundland Time. For current Newfoundland Time please "click here"