NA hosts booth at HopeFest

Phoenix, West Valley and East Valley NA Public Relations subcommittees participate in HopeFest at Chase Field every April. Attendance is over 20,000. Hope Fest provides services for the working poor. We have a table display of NA posters, literature and schedules, We hand out IPs, business card with helpline # and schedules to those interested in information about NA.

For information on HopeFest, see the event website.

Regional NA Public Relations at Problem Solving Conference

NA staffs a table at the Arizona Problem Solving Courts conference. The Arizona Problem Solving Courts Conference attracts professionals from all segments of criminal justice in an effort to improve Arizona’s problem solving court system.

For information on the annual conference, see the Arizona Association of Drug Court Professionals website.

NA Regional PR hosts booth at Gay Pride Festival

The Arizona Regional PR subcommittee hosts a booth at the Phoenix Gay Pride Event every April to carry the message to the public, potential members, and family and friend of potential members. We have meeting lists and NA pamphlets on hand, along with NA members to answer any questions.

Prior to the event, a booth training takes place for NA members who want to help staff the event. The training lasts about 30 minutes. Any members interested in being of service in Public Relations booths are encouraged to attend.

Yuma NA Public Information "Adopt a Street Sign"

Yuma NA has a great way to carry the message and help the community at the same time. Yuma NA adopted a street and is keeping it clean.

Arizona NA provides information at events around the state

Throughout the year, Arizona NA provides booths at street fairs, recovery events, expos, and conferences. For example, NA hosts booths at Hope Fest, Art of Recovery, Recovery Week events around the state, and more.

Typically, NA booths and tables provide our meeting lists, along with literature introducing Narcotics Anonymous to your clients, staff, and the general public. One or more experienced Narcotics Anonymous members are on hand to answer questions about our fellowship.