Detox Committee 2019
Contact Detox Chairperson.
Please click HERE if your group cannot fulfill its commitment and let us know your group name and which day you are unable to attend.
Please click HERE to sponsor one meeting per month for your group.
Please click HERE to perhaps be a last-minute substitute.
Detox Facility AA Group Volunteers carry one meeting a month to clients at the Clearview Detox Nanaimo facility each month.
Many groups sponsor one scheduled meeting each month (E.g. the 3rd Tuesday each month). To sponsor one meeting per month for your group please contact the Detox Chairperson.
Individuals are often needed for last-minute substitutes. Please contact the Detox Chairperson above.
Treatment and Accessibilities Committee 2019
The treatment facilities committee is dedicated to the many AA members who carry the message into treatment facilities and outpatient settings.
There is probably no better place for an AA member to find a suffering alcoholic than in a treatment facility or outpatient setting.
You can help when no one else can.
The purpose of the Accessibilities Committee is to serve all Alcoholics making the AA message available to members with diverse accessibility needs. This would include those who may be hearing-, visually-, or speech-impaired, those who are homebound, chronically ill, those who use wheelchairs, walkers or crutches, and those who are developmentally challenged or who suffer from brain damage, stroke, etc. Whatever their challenge may be, it is hoped that they would never be excluded from A.A. meetings, Twelve Step work or A.A. service.
Contact our Treatment & Accessibilities Chairperson
Remote Communities Committee 2019
Contact Remote Communities Chair
The Area 79 Remote Communities Pamphlet, a pdf document available for download, provides information about the ways that A.A. members in remote communities can connect to the support of the A.A. Fellowship.
There are some A.A. meetings available by conference call. Please contact the Remote Communities Chair for information about how and when to connect to these conference call meetings.
Contact our Remote Communities Chair.
Cooperation with the Professional Community 2019
Contact CPC Chairperson
Dear friends in recovery, following our amazing Pre-conference sessions the CPC (Co-operation with the Professional community) committee is still on the hunt for willing and able as well as interested individuals to attend our May CPC meeting at the Bowen Road Country Grocer on May 22nd at 6:30 pm for a quick monthly update and inquiry session.
Come and see!
Yours in service,
CPC. chair districts 5 and 7
Members of this committee (CPC) provide information about AA to those who have contact with alcoholics through their profession, such as health care professionals, educators, members of the clergy, lawyers, social workers, union leaders, industrial managers, and government officials, as well as those working in the field of alcoholism. Information is provided about where AA can be found, what AA is, and what AA can and cannot do.
CPC presentations are conducted by committee members who will be informed on AA and its history and are able to give an accurate and positive impression of Alcoholics Anonymous. We stress our primary purpose and Traditions of non-affiliation, self-support and anonymity.
Contact our CPC Chairperson
Corrections Facility Volunteers
Contact Corrections Chair
The correction facility volunteers carry the message to prisoners in the Brannen Lake Correctional Facility.
Meetings are: Tuesdays – 6:15 pm (protective custody), and 7:15 pm (general population); Sundays – 7:30 pm (Guthrie House). This is an unscheduled position.
The duties include: getting clearance to attend corrections meetings, and sharing your experience, strength and hope at the prison meetings.
One year suggested length of sobriety.
If you or your group would like to be involved in this important 12-step work, please email our Corrections Chair.