WHAT IS THE FLORIDA REGION SERVICE COMMITTEE?
The purpose of a Regional Service Committee is to be supportive of its Areas and Groups and their primary purpose, by linking together the Areas and Groups within its Region, by helping Areas and Groups with their basic situations and needs, and by encouraging the growth of the fellowship.
The Florida Regional Service Committee (RSC) is a Committee made up of the Regional Committee Members from the Florida Region. This committee is designed to provide service to its member areas. An Area Service Committee and RSC are similar in nature and purpose, but their respective functions are slightly different. While an ASC serves the common needs of its member Groups, the Florida Region serves three basic functions:
The primary function of the RSC is to unify the Areas within the Region.
The secondary function of the RSC is to carry the message of recovery through Sub-Committee actions.
The third function of the RSC is to contribute to the growth of NA both by initiating much of the work to be finalized at the World Service Conference and by helping our World Services.