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Northern California Region 2018 World Service Conference Literature Survey
ALL SURVEYS MUST BE RECEIVED BY 11:59 PM ON MARCH 13, 2018.
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If you are voting as an individual, please enter a “1” to reflect your survey picks in the “# of picks” column. If you are voting as a group/area, or collecting votes at a CAR workshop, please ask each individual to pick two items for each section, and enter the total number of survey picks by your group for each survey item in the “# of picks” column.
Recovery Literature – Each Individual Should Pick Two
Adapt Social Media and Our Guiding Principles to an IP from an SP. # of Picks:
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An IP for members: NA and addicts on DRT/MAT. # of Picks:
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Booklet of Step study questions taken from “How It Works” in the Basic Text. # of Picks:
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Booklet of Step study questions from It Works: How and Why and/or Living Clean. # of Picks:
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Step working booklet focused mainly on Steps 1–3 aimed primarily at new members and those in treatment and drug courts. # of Picks:
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Step working guide aimed at members not new to the Steps, as a follow-up setof Steps. # of Picks:
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Concepts book similar to Guiding Principles. # of Picks:
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List and definition of spiritual principles. # of Picks:
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The spiritual benefits of service. # of Picks:
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Members’ experience, strength, and hope on trustworthiness and trusting. # of Picks:
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Atmosphere of recovery in service. # of Picks:
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Appropriate meeting behavior. # of Picks:
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Pamphlet on the First Tradition. # of Picks:
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Literature targeted to: Younger members. # of Picks:
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Literature targeted to: Older members. # of Picks:
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Literature targeted to: Experienced members/”oldtimers”. # of Picks:
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Literature targeted to: LGBTQ members. # of Picks:
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Literature targeted to: Women in recovery. # of Picks:
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Literature targeted to: First nations/indigenous members. # of Picks:
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Literature targeted to: Members who are professionals. # of Picks:
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Literature targeted to: Members who are veterans. # of Picks:
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Literature targeted to: Atheists and members with non-mainstream spiritual Beliefs. # of Picks:
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An IP: Regardless of age, race, sex, sexual identity, creed, religion, or lack of Religion. # of Picks:
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What does it mean that NA is a spiritual, not religious, program? # of Picks:
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Revise the Sponsorship book. # of Picks:
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Revise The Loner. # of Picks:
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Revise H&I Service and the NA Member. # of Picks:
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Revise PI and the NA Member. # of Picks:
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Revise another piece of NA literature (enter title here):
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Revise another piece of NA literature: # of Picks:
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Other (enter description here):
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No new recovery lit. # of Picks:
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Service Material – Each Individual Should Pick Two
Carrying the NA message. # of Picks:
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Principles in service. # of Picks:
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Atmosphere of recovery in service. # of Picks:
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Applying the Concepts—videos of members sharing in their own words how they applied each Concept. # of Picks:
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What is NA World Services and how does it work? # of Picks:
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Our public image: dealing with loss of confidence in NA. # of Picks:
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More social media guidelines above and beyond the service pamphlet. # of Picks:
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More short, focused PR resources. # of Picks:
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Tools to assist PR efforts to reach the medical community. # of Picks:
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Literature for justice department professionals/referrers. # of Picks:
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Sponsorship behind the walls basics. # of Picks:
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Fellowship development basics. # of Picks:
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FD—it’s not just something that happens “somewhere else”. # of Picks:
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Collaborating among service bodies. # of Picks:
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When service bodies split or reunify. # of Picks:
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How to hold a virtual service meeting. # of Picks:
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Facilitation basics. # of Picks:
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How to plan a learning day. # of Picks:
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Best practices for service workshops. # of Picks:
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How to put on a planning assembly (including sample agendas). # of Picks:
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Getting started with project-based services. # of Picks:
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Revise Planning Basics. # of Picks:
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Regional inventory process/questions. # of Picks:
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Description of service commitments at areas and regions [Note: We already have a service pamphlet on group trusted servants. If this piece is prioritized, it might make sense to somehow combine this information.]. # of Picks:
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Effective report writing. # of Picks:
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GSR orientation material. # of Picks:
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Literature on mentorship, including as it relates to service bodies and new meetings. # of Picks:
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Service system basics. # of Picks:
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Local service conference and local service board basics. # of Picks:
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Role of zones in the service structure. # of Picks:
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Policy in NA—different kinds of policy styles and approaches. # of Picks:
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Information for creating legal entities/incorporating. # of Picks:
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The Fellowship Intellectual Property Trust (FIPT) and local websites. # of Picks:
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Dealing with banks and government financial regulations. # of Picks:
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Dealing with misappropriation of NA funds. # of Picks:
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Area treasurers’ basics. # of Picks:
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Area budgeting basics. # of Picks:
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Revise Translations Basics. # of Picks:
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Revise and update PR Handbook. # of Picks:
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Other (enter description here):
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Issue Discussion Topics – Each Individual Should Pick Two
Our Symbol—a closer look. # of Picks:
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Group conscience. # of Picks:
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Carrying the NA message and making NA attractive. # of Picks:
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Remaining nonprofessional and carrying the NA message. # of Picks:
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PR 101. # of Picks:
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Simplicity and flexibility in service. # of Picks:
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Empathy in service. # of Picks:
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Attracting members to service. # of Picks:
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Getting youth & newcomers involved. # of Picks:
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Becoming a better sponsor. # of Picks:
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Creating community in NA. # of Picks:
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Mentorship & how members learn in service. # of Picks:
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Leadership in NA. # of Picks:
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The integrity and effectiveness of our communications. # of Picks:
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Eleventh Concept. # of Picks:
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Respecting our differences and building our unity. # of Picks:
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Regardless of . . . race, ethnicity, culture. # of Picks:
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Retaining members. # of Picks:
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In Times of Illness and what our literature says about illness and medication. # of Picks:
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Other (enter description here):
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