Announcements from our Utah Regional Delegate to NA Members, Groups, and Areas of the Utah Region
THE LONER INFORMATIONAL PAMPHLET
NAWS is collecting input for a smaller literature project—a revision of The Loner IP that was approved by WSC 2020. Any member (or group or service body) is welcome to fill out the survey and share ideas about what should be in the pamphlet. If you have recovered as a loner prior to the pandemic, NAWS is especially interested in hearing from you.
Available until 8/31/22
Survey and Workshop materials on IP #21, The Loner, Staying Clean in Isolation.
IP #21, The Loner, Staying Clean in Isolation: Online Survey
Region Committee Meetings
The Utah Region has bi-monthly meetings on the second Saturday of even-numbered months with the location rotating throughout the Region. Conditions permitting, the meeting will be held in a hybrid virtual format on Zoom in addition to meeting in-person.
Next Region Meeting
- Saturday, August 13th, 2022 @ 2pm
- Location: Online Via Zoom
Region Committee Members
The current Region Service Committee includes:
- Regional Delegate (RD): James K. (Lakeside Unity)
- Regional Delegate, Alternate (RDA): Cody P. (Lakeside Unity)
- Facilitator: Stephen H. (Lakeside Unity)
- Treasurer: Brittni K. (Lakeside Unity)
- Secretary: Leska H. (United Wasatch)
- Hospitals & Institutions Chair: Phil F. (Sasquatch)
- Public Information Chair: Open
- Outreach Chair: DeLynda H. (Lakeside Unity)
- Web Chair: Justin B. (United Wasatch)
- URICNA (Indoor) Chair: Kevin K. (Sasquatch)
- URCNA (Campvention) Chair: Justin B. (Central)
- Regional Committee Members (RCMs) from the six member Areas.
About the Utah Region of Narcotics Anonymous
Our region serves areas in the Northern half of Utah and Southwestern Wyoming, including major cities: Salt Lake City, Ogden, Provo, Orem, Heber City, Vernal, Logan, Evanston (WY), and the cities and towns nearby.
The NA Areas that make up the Utah Region are: United Wasatch Area, Northern Utah Area, Lakeside Unity Area, Central Utah Area, Sasquatch Area, and High Uintah Area.