Policies

Terms of Use

This site is created and maintained by Nar-Anon Family Groups World Service Office, 22527 Crenshaw Blvd. Ste. 200B, Torrance, CA 90505, USA. All web site visitors are welcome to use the materials and assets contained herein.

No claims are made to the appropriateness or correctness of any of the statements or procedures contained on this site. Information contained on this site may be used at your own risk. The Nar-Anon Family Groups assume no responsibility for any damages incurred as a result of information or procedures contained on this site.

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Data Access

No data identified with you is ever shared with third parties beyond those identified in this policy, except as required by law or to investigate abuse of our web site.

Web Site Policies

Anonymity

The Eleventh Tradition states that members should "...we need always maintain personal anonymity at the level of press, radio, films, internet and other forms of mass media." It is the policy of this site to maintain anonymity of all Nar-Anon and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) members.

Web Site Updates

Content updates are made from time to time and with prior notice. Content updates are the responsibility of the Nar-Anon World Services. If you find content that is incorrect, please notify the webmaster using the contact web form.

Links to Other Internet Sites

Links to other sites are determined by the Nar-Anon World Services and based on Tradition Six, "Our Family Groups ought never to endorse, finance or lend our name to any outside enterprise, lest problems of money, property and prestige divert us from our primary spiritual aim; but although a separate entity, we should always cooperate with Narcotics Anonymous."

Redress of a Personal Grievance

Nar-Anon Concept of Service Ten states, "Any member of a service body can petition that body for the redress of a personal grievance, without fear of reprisal." If you feel that posting or not posting of specific content on this web site is not in adherence with the principles of the Nar-Anon Steps, Nar-Anon Traditions or Nar-Anon Concepts of Service, you may request your grievance be heard at a regular monthly meeting of the World Services Website Committee. Please use the contact web form, available on this site to make a request.