CAR-NA Regional Inventory
You can vote your Home Group's conscience or your personal conscience here. We appreciate all input.

The three ways you can participate in the Regional Inventory are:
Electronic - Here
Paper Ballot - Submit by the April GSR Assembly (see instructions below)
In person: At the GSR Assembly - Check the CAR-NA events page or the Delegate's page for more info.

Please visit http://car-na.org/delegates if you wish to download paper copies of the Inventory Questions and submit your input via paper ballot. You can send your input via your RCM to Regional Service or you can bring it to the GSR Assembly in April. The Delegate Team will be holding one workshop in each quadrant to try and explain the Inventory questions and gather input. Please check the Delegate page for more information.

Why are we doing this Regional Inventory?
Inventories are designed to bring problem areas to light. The goal is for our Region to find workable solutions to any problems discovered and to build on any strengths that we are able to identify. . We intend to make whatever changes proove necessary for the betterment of our Region, and to further every individual member's recovery.

Email address *
GSR Authorization Code (if you are filling this out for your group and have the code)
Your answer
Home Group Name *
Your answer
Your Name *
Your answer
Your Phone Number *
Your answer
Area *
All Members
Please select the appropriate answer for you or for your Group ifyou are filling this out for your Home Group.
1 How well has the Region served local areas this year? *
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2 How well is the Region managing it’s donations and Regional treasury? *
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3 How effectively does the Region demonstrate responsibility and accountability? *
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4 How fully does the Region train and support members who serve on the Regional service committee? *
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5 How well does the Regional service committee foster an atmosphere of courtesy and mutual respect? *
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6 How completely does the Region provide opportunities for communication about committee concerns to the local members and areas? *
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7 How well is a sense of unity fostered within the Regional service body? *
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8 How positively is a sense of unity shown within local areas? *
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9 What is the Region’s experience with trusted servants? *
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10 How well has the Region fostered the willingness of the local fellowship to volunteer for service positions? *
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11 How well does the Region practice continuity and rotation? *
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12 How well does the Region function in maintaining a full complement of trusted servants, with no open commitments? *
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13 How fully does the Region create an environment where the conscience of the body guides the decisions and direction of the Region? *
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Members with Additional Experience
If you have experience, answer essay questions 14- 20 as completely as you can.
14 What do you see as the Region’s primary purpose?
Your answer
15 What are the 3 most important things the Region can do to help you reach addicts who still suffer?
Your answer
16 Are you aware of the specific services provided by the Central Atlantic Region to support each of its member Areas?
17 Does your RCM regularly report back to the Area on activities within the Region?
18 What is the best way for the Region and World Services to get information to you concerning NA?
Your answer
19 How would you let the Region know if it were not meeting your needs?
Your answer
20 Have you ever attended a Regional Service Committee meeting?  Why or why not?
Your answer
21 How well has the Region done this year in making NA’s message more widely known in the larger community?
22 How well is the Region communicating with those in the community who interact with addicts?
23 How completely does the Region respond to the needs of the larger community?
24 How well is the Region using human and financial resources to carry NA’s message of recovery in an efficient and effective way?
25 How fully trained and supported are the trusted servants who interact with members of the community?
26 How well has the Region built cooperative relationships with those in the larger community?
27 How easily can those in the larger community reach an NA member who is in a position to respond to their questions or requests?
28 How well has the Region cooperated and collaborated with the region and NA World Services this year?
29 How effectively does the Region communicate with the area and with NA World Services?
30 How well does the Region respond to requests from the areas and from NA World Services?
31 How fully does the Region share its needs and concerns with the areas and NA World Services?
32 How reliably does the Region forward funds to the NA World Services?
33 How effectively does the Region use resources (such as written materials or experience from other trusted servants) that are available through the region and/or NA World Services?
34 How fully has the Region formed a cooperative relationship with all the areas and NA World Services?
35 How well is the Region creating a sense of unity with the areas and NA World Services?
36 Is there any particular area of service and/or Regional function that you perceive as outstanding? *
37 Please Identify:
Your answer
38 Is there any particular area of service and/or Region function that you perceive would need improvement?  
39 Please identify:
Your answer
Zonal Questions
Our Region belongs to the Autonomy Zonal Forum
40 What is a purpose of the Autonomy Zone Forum (AZF)
Your answer
41 How does our region interact with the AZF
Your answer
42 Do you feel you are getting enough information as to what the AZF is doing?
43 Do you understand zonal representation as it’s being presented today?
44 Have you attended the AZF when it has been in our region? If not, Why?
Your answer
45 Do you know when and where the AZF meets?
46 Do you feel the website is user friendly?
47 Can you locate needed information?
Subcommittees
Duties and Responsibilities can be viewed on the CAR-NA website: www.car-na.org
48 What does the Regional Delegate do for the Central Atlantic Region?
Your answer
49 How can the Regional Delegate team improve?
Your answer
50 Are you aware the Region has a Public Relations subcommittee?
51 Are there additional services they could provide? If yes, please explain.
Your answer
52 In what ways can we improve the PR subcommittee?
Your answer
53  Are you aware the Region has a Hospitals & Institutions subcommittee?
54 What are the services this subcommittee should provide?
Your answer
55  In what ways can we improve this subcommittee?
Your answer
56 Are you aware of the Inmate Step Writing Committee of H&I?
57 How can we improve this committee?
Your answer
58 What does the Policy Subcommittee do for the Central Atlantic Region?
Your answer
59 What are the services this subcommittee should provide?
Your answer
60 What does the Speaker Jam Committee do for the Central Atlantic Region?
Your answer
61 What are the services this subcommittee should provide?
Your answer
Helpline: 800-555-1717
62 Do you know how to update your areas meetings for the helpline? (or do you know who to contact if it's not your commitment)
63 Do you feel the meeting information is accurate for your area?
64 Do you know how to update your areas contacts?
65 Do you have two Area Public Relations (PR) contacts submitted to the Regional PR team for the Helpline?
66 Are they receiving calls or texts?
67 Have you checked?
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