District 20 Area 11

Guilford Connecticut Alcoholics Anonymous

Service Committees

The primary purpose of District 20 is the carry the message of AA to the still suffering alcoholic.  To better do that, all A.A. organizations form service committees, each devoted to a specific area.  District 20 has positions available on all of the following service committees.

The Accessibilities Committee works to make A.A. meetings available to members with disabilities.

The Alki-Line Committee solicits articles for the Alki-Line, a news letter bringing Area 11 news to A.A. Members.

The Answering Service Committee organizes A.A. members willing to speak with people about A.A. on the telephone.

The Archives Committee organizes and stores A.A. historical documents.

The Cooperation with the Professional Community (CPC) Committee meets with Doctors, Social Workers and other like professionals to explain A.A. and the benefits of A.A. to their clients.

The Corrections Committee organizes groups to bring A.A. meetings to prisons and jails.

The Bridging the Gap Committee helps people just being released from treatment to become acclimated to A.A. in the community.

The Treatment Center Committee organizes groups to bring A.A. meetings to treatment centers.

The Grapevine Committee solicits articles for the A.A. Grapevine and helps distribute the magazines to local groups. 

The Public Information Committee (PI) distributes A.A. books pamphlets and magazines to libraries and other public places.

The Schedules Committee gathers information on A.A. meeting changes in the district and effects those changes on the meeting finder page of the Area 11 website, ct-aa.org.

The Website Committee Representative serves on the Area 11 Website Committee, helping that committee carry the message on ct-aa.org.

If you are interested in serving on one or more of these committees, fill out this volunteer form.  One of our service chairs will be in touch with you soon to answer your questions.

We are looking for people to chair the Accessibilities Committee, the Archives Committee, The Corrections Committee, the Treatment Center Committee and the Cooperation With the Professional Community Committee (CPC).