Central California Region Literature Subcommittee

The Nar-Anon Central California Literature Subcommittee works with the Nar-Anon World Service Literature Committee for the good of Nar-Anon as a whole. All Nar-Anon Conference Approved Literature is written by and for Nar-Anon members. It is our own story. The fellowship needs your story. Learn more about what the committee is doing.

Regular CCR Subcommittee Meetings

The subcommittee meets Sunday mornings from 8:30 to 9:30 AM on Skype. Meetings are scheduled by group conscience. Contact Ruth, ruthkellogg@aol.com, Skype handle Skype handle: RuthK430, to be a part of this most important endeavor.

Addiction in Marriage & Significant Relationships

Our committee has finalized the questionnaire to be used for gathering members’ experience, strength, and hope on the subject of Addiction in Marriage. Those who have faced addiction in a spouse, partner, or significant other are invited to participate. The questionnaire, along with the Nar-Anon Release Form, have been provided to the CCR. We ask for assistance in distributing this questionnaire among the groups and to other members outside the CCR who may wish to participate. While the WSO requires that all submissions be accompanied by a signed release form, the anonymity of all members will be maintained in accordance with the Nar-Anon Traditions. We ask that completed questionnaires and release forms be submitted to the CCR Literature Committee by April 1, 2019.

Our next meeting is scheduled for Sunday, January 27 from 8:30-9:30 am via Skype. We presently have five members on the committee, with a quorum of three members to conduct a meeting. Literature Committee meetings are open to all members; to participate, contact Ruth K. at ruthkellogg@aol.com prior to the meeting so that they can be included in the CCR Literature Committee Skype call.

Please download, complete, and submit the following.

World Service Literature Committee

The purpose of the World Service Literature Committee is to compile, review and edit literature that is to be presented to the fellowship for approval. This includes recovery, service, and outreach literature, or other literature developed at the suggestion of the fellowship. The committee is responsible for ensuring that all literature conveys the Nar-- Anon message in accordance with the steps, traditions, concepts, policies and guidelines; is correctly presented with regard to grammar, spelling and format; and does not contain plagiarism in any form. 

Guidelines and helpful information: https://www.nar-anon.org/literature-submissions/

The CCR Literature Committee is available for any questions. Please contact ccrlitcom@gmail.com