The purpose of the Area Service Committee (A.S.C.) is to respond to the needs of the fellowship as they arise, as well as administer and coordinate Narcotics Anonymous (N.A.) business and activities common to the various groups comprising its' membership. It does so in accordance with the Twelve Traditions of N.A. and the Twelve Concepts for N.A. Service, so that "no addict seeking recovery need ever die."
The Twelve Traditions of N.A. are the ties that bind the groups together. The Twelve Concepts for N.A. Service are our guiding principles for our service structure. It is the responsibility of the A.S.C. members to consider whether our actions are consistent with our Traditions and Concepts. When we conduct business, we ought to focus on the spiritual principles embodied in the Traditions (unity, service, and carrying the message to the addict who still suffers), and embodied in the Concepts (ensuring that we remain devoted to service, not government).
Marin County Area Service is a hybrid meeting and held on the 4th Friday of every month at 7:00pm at:
In-Person – American Legion (Entrance in Back). 500 Magnolia Avenue, Larkspur.
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