Washington County Area
Open Service Positions:
Secretary-In-Training: As our Secretary-In-Training, you'll be able to fill in for our Secretary in their absence. This includes coming to Area and taking notes, sending them out to the email list, and scanning any forms that were submitted. We ask that you have at least 6 months clean. Contact us if you or someone you know would like to fill this position at Area.
We do have a need for volunteers in on the H&I Subcommittee. If you are interested in going to an NA meeting once a month at one of the institutions we serve, please contact us at email@example.com .
You can also download this file to pass around at your Home Group so we can find even more volunteers. Then return the sign-up sheet by email or in person at the next Area Meeting.
The Activities Subcommittee could use more volunteers to help organize and put on events.
Our Area Service Committee meets the 2nd Sunday of each month.
8970 SW Murray Blvd
Beaverton, OR 97008
It is at this meeting that you can:
-Connect with other homegroups
-Get help with group issues
-Pick up event flyers
-Make an Area donation
-Vote on Area policies
...and much more! Still have questions about what Area does and how you can participate? Contact us now and we'll do our best to answer all your questions.
Area Subcommittee Meetings:
All of our Area Subcommittees meet at the Beaverton Community Center on the 2nd Sunday of each month.
Beaverton Community Center
12350 SW 5th St
Beaverton, OR 97005
Hospitals & Institutions:
11:00am - 12:00pm
Did you learn about NA through a treatment center, jail, or institution that held an NA meeting on site? You can help give back what was freely given to you by joining the H&I Subcommittee. Each month NA members sign up and go to meetings held in Hospitals & Institutions so that people who can't get out to regular meetings can hear the message of NA. You do need to have at least 6 months clean to attend one of these meetings and 1 year clean to share on the panel.
12:00pm - 1:00pm
One of the ways we can carry out our primary purpose of helping the addict who still suffers is to make sure people know that NA exists and what it is about. The PR Subcommittee does presentations for teachers, doctors, counselors, probation officers, judges, and many more community members so they understand what NA is and how it can help addicts they know. We also maintain this website so correct and useful information is available to people seeking info online. We put up flyers on public bulletin boards with our Area phone-line on it so those who want to call for help can do so. Our job is to reach out to the public and build relationships with people so when someone can benefit from NA, the resources will be available to them. If this sounds like something you're passionate about doing, please join us at our next meeting!
If you really enjoy going to NA potlucks, dances, speaker meetings, camp-outs, retreats, etc, then you might be interested in joining the Activities Subcommittee. They plan our Area events together! We can always use more fresh ideas, creative thinkers, and well-organized people.
*For WCNA documents, forms, surveys, speaker recordings, and more, go to our Documents Page.
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