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AA Service Work / Volunteer Opportunities
for Cabarrus, Stanly & Montgomery Counties - North Carolina
Alcoholics Anonymous — District 45 North Carolina


Being involved in ''Service Work'' doesn't have to involve a lot of your time. Even once a month, exchanging a few hours of you watching TV for a few hours of helping another alcoholic that needs our help, can have a huge impact on other people trying to get & stay sober AND can have a surprising positive impact on you as well.


Local Meeting Volunteer:
there are a number of ways an AA member can help out with a local AA meeting. Showing up early to help make coffee and/or staying after a meeting to help clean up is an easy way help out. There are usually other opportunities to help out such as getting Speakers for
Speaker Meetings and leading meetings.


District AA Representatives:

  • GSR (General Service Representative) - represent your "Home Group" at the Local District level as a GSR. This elected position attends District Meetings that are made up of the AA groups in a particular District.
  • DCM (District Committee Member) The DCM, elected by the District GSR's, carries the collective group conscience of the AA groups in a District to the Area Committee. The DCM is the vital link between the local AA District and AA at-large (Regional, State, National & International levels).

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Correctional Facilities - There are thousands & thousands of fellow Alcoholics who are in jails & prisons in the United States. For many of them, their drinking was directly connected to their crimes. You can help by:

  • Volunteering to attend a meeting "inside". Fill out a Correctional Volunteer
    Application, and once approved, you can attend meetings
    that are held in our local correctional facilities (prisons: Mt. Pleasant & Albemarle).
  • With their permission, provide local correctional facilities with much needed
    AA materials such as AA Speaker Cassette Tapes,
    "Big Books" and other AA approved literature.
  • Correspond with an AA inmate through the Corrections Correspondence Service.
  • Volunteer to make sure a newly released inmate gets to a local AA meeting
    the same day he or she is released.
  • Volunteer to serve on the Correctional Facilities Committee. The CFC helps
    serve as a liaison between the local AA Groups and the local correctional facilities.

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Hospitals & Institutions - there are many ways to help those inside mental hospitals, treatment centers and other institutions. Our area ''detox facility'', located in Kannapolis, has meetings on Tuesday and Thursday at 8PM.

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NOTE: Certain Volunteer positions require a minimum length of sobriety (6 months or 1 year).
Please check with your local AA group or Volunteer Coordinator for eligibility details.




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