WHAT IS GREATER NEW BRUNSWICK AREA?
The NA World Services Office defines an Area Service Committee (ASC) meeting as “the primary means by which the services of a local NA community are administered”. The area committee is composed of group service representatives (GSRs), administrative officers (chairperson, vice chairperson, secretary, treasurer), subcommittee chairpersons, and the area’s regional committee members (RCMs).
Each area committee elects its own officers, subcommittee chairpersons, and RCMs (regional committee members).
Area service meets the
2nd Sunday of each month at 1:00pm until the close of business.
RWJ Health & Fitness Center Community Room
100 Kirkpatrick St., 2nd floor
Greater New Brunswick Area details its policy and procedures for in the following document. By opening this file, you understand that this policy may be subject to additional updates. The attached document details the policy and procedures for the Greater New Brunswick Area Committee meetings, responsibilities, and protocol for the trusted servants and guests who attend the Area meetings.
The document provides an updated set of guidelines intended for the operation of the Greater New Brunswick Area Service Committee. Please read and review this information with an open mind.
Please take the time to read this information and become familiar with it. The Area Policy is designed to assist the Area in getting on with the business of N.A.
GSRs (Group Service Representatives)
The GSR is responsible for the following activities:
- Attending the area service committee (ASC) meeting regularly
- Serving as a member on ASC subcommittees
- Serving as a liaison between the group and the area
- Sharing responsibilities with the GSR-Alternate
- Keeping the group accurately registered with the World Service Office
GSR Orientation Packet: Click here
FLYERS, FORMS & LOGOS
Group report forms: Click here
Subcommittee report forms: Click here
Motion forms: Click here
Need to make a flyer?
We are providing downloadable files containing approved NA Logo and Symbol artwork. This should assist groups and trusted servants in producing local use literature, flyers, meeting lists, etc.
Please bear in mind that use of NA trademarks is governed by the Fellowship Intellectual Property Trust (FIPT). These are trademarked images, and must be used with respect.