What is a group conscience na?

Group Conscience is where a group (or service structure) makes decisions about its meetings, structures and service. When everyone has had the opportunity to share once, and if time allows, the meeting facilitator may allow members to speak again.

How do you run a group conscience meeting?

Suggested Format for a Group Conscience Meeting

  1. 1.Introduction.
  2. Serenity Prayer.
  3. Reading of the Steps, Traditions, and Concepts if appropriate.
  4. Establishing Ground Rules.
  5. Minutes from Previous Meeting.
  6. Setting Up the Agenda.
  7. Making Decisions.
  8. Closing.

What type of group is na?

Narcotics Anonymous

Formation 1953
Type Mutual help addiction recovery
Purpose Twelve-step program
Headquarters NA World Service Office Chatsworth, Los Angeles, California United States
Website na.org

When can a group conscience be called?

A group conscience determines in advance who votes and if decisions will be reached by a simple majority, two-thirds of the votes, or three-quarters of the votes. An informed group conscience is obtained when everybody has access to all the information before discussion.

What is an Informed A.A. Group conscience?

The term “informed group conscience” implies that pertinent information has been studied and all views have been heard before the group votes. A cooperative and informed group conscience calls for facts or presentation on both sides of a question. The meeting should NOT be – thrown open for general discussion.

What is an A.A. Home Group?

What is an A.A. Home Group? Traditionally, most A.A. members through the years have found it important to belong to one group which they call Home Group. This is the group where they accept responsibilities and try to sustain friendships.

What is an A.A. group inventory?

Many groups periodically hold a “group inventory meeting” to evaluate how well they are fulfilling their primary purpose to help alcoholics recover through A.A.’s suggested Twelve Steps of recovery.

What is the NA region?

NA is a nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. We are recovering addicts who meet regularly to help each other stay clean. Ours is a program of total abstinence from all drugs. The only requirement for membership is the desire to stop using.

What is the NA third step prayer?

NA Third Step Prayer “Take my will and my life, guide me in my recovery, show me how to live.”

How do I chair an AA meeting?

To chair an AA meeting, you will need the following:

  1. To have a minimum amount of sobriety (depends upon the group you attend)
  2. Sign up to chair the meeting.
  3. Have access to the keys, security, and be responsible for setting up and tidying the meeting space.

What is the priority goal of AA?

It is important to understand that A.A. has one primary purpose: to help members stay sober and, in turn, to help others who may need help in achieving sobriety.