“We have but one primary purpose, to carry the message to the addict who still suffers.”
~(NA Fifth Tradition, Basic Text, 6th Ed., p. 60)
The Off the Wall Area Hospitals and Institutions (H&I) subcommittee is a group of Narcotics Anonymous members who carry a clear Narcotics Anonymous message of recovery to addicts in institutions where they may not otherwise have regular access to outside NA meetings.
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- Panel Member – Listen only: 3 months clean
- Panel Member – share in meetings: 6 months clean
- Some facilities have varied requirements. Ask the H&I sub-committee for specifics.
H&I Subcommittee – Next Meeting
Off the Wall H&I members are governed by the general rules of the facilities they serve and are accountable to the Off the Wall Area Service Committee.
- There is no minimum clean time requirement to participate in the Off the Wall H&I subcommittee business meetings.
Current (03/05/22) Off the Wall Area H&I Guidelines
NAWS H&I Handbook
Subcommittee Report Form (for the entire subcommittee’s report to area)
H&I Chair – Shell H. – firstname.lastname@example.org
H&I Vice-Chair – Open
Secretary – Shawn H.
North Point – Doug J.
Greeley Detox – Shell H.
Larimer County Jail (Womens) – Carrie A.
Larimer County Jail (Mens) – Dave A.
Weld County Jail (Mens) – Todd T.
Weld County Jail (Womens) – Lyndsay M.
True North – Jesse T.
Wings – Brittany G.
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H&I “One-Pager” containing info for local areas and their contact info.
We need women and men to bring H&I meeting into the Larimer County Jail in Fort Collins. Larimer County Jail Volunteer Application
To apply for access to Weld County Jails in order to bring H&I meetings into Weld County Jails please access that form here. Weld County Jail Volunteer Application
Off the Wall Area Monthly H&I group report form (for Panel Lead reports to the subcommittee)