For the Newcomer

Welcome new member. We are so glad you are here! Please know that while in-person meetings may be suspended during this crisis, we as a fellowship are still here and want to support you as best we can. We have put together some shortcuts to resources to help facilitate virtual meeting attendance, finding literature, speaking with someone on the Central Indiana Narcotics Anonymous Helpline, and other tools to help you. Below you will see links to a variety of resources, services, and contacts. Please reach out to us as well with any questions. You are not alone!

The links to literature listed on this page are provided by If you are in need of one of the bound books and would like you order one you can place an online order at one of the following sites:

White BookletThe Group Booklet
Twelve Concepts for NA ServiceAn Introductory Guide to NA
Behind the WallsIn Times of Illness
Working Step Four in NANA: A Resource in Your Community
Informational Pamphlets (IPs)
IP #1: Who, What, How, and WhyIP #2: The Group
IP #5: Another LookIP #6: Recovery & Relapse
IP #7: Am I an Addict?IP #8: Just for Today
IP #9: Living the ProgramIP #11: Sponsorship
IP #12: The Triangle of Self-ObsessionIP #13: By Young Addicts…
IP #14: One Addict’s Experience…IP #15: PI and the NA Member
IP #16: For the NewcomerIP #17: For Those in Treatment
IP #19: Self-AcceptanceIP #20: H&I Service & the NA Member
IP #21: The LonerIP #22: Welcome to NA
IP #23: Staying Clean on the OutsideIP #24: Money Matters: Self-Support in NA
IP #26: Accessibility…IP #27: For the Parents…
IP #28: Funding NA ServicesIP #29: Introduction to NA Meetings
Group Readings
Who Is an Addict?What Is the NA Program?
Why Are We Here?How It Works
The Twelve Traditions of NAJust for Today
We Do Recover 
White Booklet in American Sign Language
(File is in ISO format inside zip file.  Download the file, uncompress and burn the ISO file to a DVD)