North Dade Area Trusted servants
North Dade Area Service Minutes
Chair............… Shirley C. 786-426-0678
Vice Chair...…. Jeff H. 786-487-9982
Regional Committee Member
Web Servant..... Herbert W.
Sub Committee Chairs
Entertainment/Activities...…Rose R. Chair
Cleantime Newsletter ....Mary M. Chair
Helpline/P I . Bruce G. ….. Chair
H & I Chair........
Literature ...... Sheryl R. Chair
Docie Vice Chair 305-469-9698
Meeting List .. John T . Chair
NDACNA ........ Phyllis J. Chair
24 Hour Room ... Kathy J. Chair
Sub Committee Meetings
North Dade Area Service meets the 2nd Sunday of each month at the Daryl's Clubhouse 1290 Ali-Baba Avenue, Opa-Locka @ 2:00 pm . for more info contact Chair Shirley C . 786-425-0678
North Dade Area Admin committee meets the 1st Saturday of each month at 12:30 pm, Sub Committee Chairs meet at 2:00 PM @ 5601 nw 7th ave. for more information contact Vice Chair Jeff Humes @ 786-487-9982
NDACNA Convention Committee meets 2nd Saturday of the month at Armani Studio 5601 nw 7th ave, Miami
Contact Convention Chair Phyllis T. @ 305-345-4008.
The Helpline/P.I. Committee meets the 2nd Sunday of each month at the Opa Locka Clubhouse 1290 Ali-Baba Avenue, Opa Locka @ 12:00 pm.
The Hospital's & Institutions Committee meets the 2nd Sunday each month at the Opa Locka Clubhouse 1290 Ali-Baba Avenue, @ 1:00 pm
The Entertainment/Activities Committee
contact Rose R. 786-991-3177
24 Hour Rm Committee meeting info contact Kathy J. 786-370-4630
ASC Service Reports 2016
Second TraditionFor our group purpose there is but one ultimate authority--a loving God as He may express Himself in our group conscience. Our leaders are but trusted servants; they do not govern.
Second ConceptThe final responsibility and authority rests with the NA groups.
"Attention all NA Members."
Listed below are North Dade Area Service positions that are still open.
Please Click the Area Guidelines link for qualifications and responsibilities.
Alt Regional Committee Member
Service Statement“Everything that occurs in the course of NA Service must be motivated by the desire to more successfully carry the message of recovery to the addict who still suffers.
It was for this reason that we began this work. We must always remember that as individual members, groups and service committees, we are not and should never be in competition with each other.
We work separately and together to help the newcomer and for our common good. We have learned, painfully, that internal strife cripples our Fellowship; and prevents us from providing the services necessary for growth.”