Professionals in the Boulder Area:
Any questions regarding Narcotics Anonymous within the communities of
Longmont, Boulder, or Brighton are welcomed.
Please contact our local Public Information Chairperson (PI Chair) with
specific concerns, or if you would like general information about the role
Narcotics Anonymous plays within our community.
The NA message of recovery can reach a great many people with your support. Participating in the PI committee gives you a chance to make a positive difference in the lives of others.
What is public information?
The role of the PI committee is to ensure that clear and accurate information about NA is available to the public. The demand for information about our fellowship is greater than ever. Being part of a committee that brings suffering addicts to our
fellowship is a reward that cannot be expressed, only experienced.
How do members get involved?
Every member has a place in the public information committee. PI does value and need your input, suggestions, feedback, and participation. We openly invite you to come to a PI committee meeting. Like most service committees, PI always needs
willing hands and minds.
How does the work get done?
Some of the ways we provide information to the public include:
- Responding to requests for speakers from churches, civic organizations, schools, or the media.
- Developing and distributing posters, fliers, and other public service announcements to inform the public of how to reach us.
- Learning days and workshops.
- Mailing meeting directories, informational letters, and pamphlets to people who may come in contact with addicts.
- Cooperate with a hospitals and institutions committee in overlapping projects.
- Cooperate with the Phone line committee in overlapping projects.
To get involved in any of these activities, talk to a GSR or someone from your local PI committee. We can’t keep what we have unless we give it away. Public information committee service allows us to do just that.
(IP #15 PI and the NA Member)