2nd Annual Bay Area Convention of NA
AUGUST 18-21, 2022 
Registration is Now Open!

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August 18-21, 2022 THURSDAY -SUNDAY

Presented by Newark Nooner of Mission Peak

Please join the Newark Noon Group for a four-day Celebration of Recovery.

 Main Speaker Meetings | Marathon Meetings | Workshops | Entertainment

For hotel registrations please follow the link below. You can also call the hotel directly. 

Room rates are as follows:

Standard (1-2 people) $149/night

Deluxe accommodations with one king or two queen beds

(fees & taxes not included)

WHY REGISTER?

This is your convention. Registration fees allow our convention to be fully self-supporting and to carry the message to the still suffering addict. The registration fees collected is how we fund the convention. All proceeds from our convention go toward supporting our region. For more information, please contact our registration chair.

NEWCOMER BADGES

Newcomer registrations are reserved for the newcomer with less than 30 days clean time who cannot afford to register. Registrations will be given out on a first come, first served basis at hours to be posted. Visit the registration desk for more information.

ALTERNATIVE MERCHANDISE

Alternative merchandise will be sold on Sunday. To sell merchandise, you need to send a letter of authorization from your NA Service body no later than two weeks prior to the convention. Please contact the Vice Chair for more information.

WHY BOOK A HOTEL ROOM?

It is the BACNA committee’s responsibility to ensure that our fellowship receives the best hotel rates while attending the convention. In order to do so, we need to commit to a certain number of rooms, called a “block”, which BACNA is financially responsible for. Please book your room soon to ensure we meet our obligation. Remember to mention “BACNA” when booking.

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The Promise is Freedom...

"What is our message? The message is that an addict, any addict, can stop using drugs, lose the desire to use, and find a new way to live. Our message is hope and the promise of freedom." 

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