Welcome to the third Local Service Toolbox survey, which will be available until November 30th, 2021. This survey is seeking your input on the draft of a new piece of service material that offers  experience and guidance on best practices for virtual NA meetings. This covers a range of topics related to virtual NA recovery meetings, including keeping meetings secure from disruption, welcoming newcomers, and practicing the Seventh Tradition.

We encourage you to review the draft posted on the Toolbox project page here www.na.org/toolbox and then share your experience and ideas in response to these questions. You are welcome to complete the survey as an individual member, or with others in a group or service event setting.

We are using the term virtual meetings to refer to online, phone, and chat-based meetings—really any meetings that do not meet in person or that are hybrid and have some remote attendees.

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* 1. Do you think this format is the most helpful way to present the information? Or is there value in breaking this into separate tools based on topic? Please share your thoughts in the comments box below.

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* 2. Does this piece provide the guidance that the Fellowship is looking for? Are there topics you would like to see expanded or changed in some way? Please share your thoughts in the comments box below.

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* 3. Do you have any additional thoughts or ideas you would like to share?

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* 4. Please let us know who is filling out this survey:

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* 5. We ask for information about your location to ensure that we are hearing from members all over the world. Please tell us which country you are from:

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* 6. If you live in the US, please tell us which state you are from:

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* 7. Please enter your email address here so we can contact you if we have questions about your experience.

Thank you for participating in this survey. Click "Finish" below when you are ready to submit your input. Please contact us at toolbox@na.org if you have any questions.

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