The Area 92 Corrections Committee has one purpose: To help AA members carry the message of Alcoholics Anonymous to the alcoholic who is confined in a correctional facility.
If you are sober and have a desire to serve, we need your help!
When anyone anywhere reaches out for help, I want the hand of AA always to be there. And for that… I AM RESPONSIBLE.
How Can You Help?
The Corrections Committee needs all types of volunteers. We need people to attend meetings in the facilities, people to help spread the word about this type of service work, and people to help us collect and organize the literature that we bring into the facilities. It is okay if you have never been to jail yourself! You can still help us. You can still carry AA’s message of hope to an alcoholic who is incarcerated. Let’s face it: many of us who have never been arrested just never got caught! This type of service work does not require much time. Due to its nature, very often it can be done at your convenience. Yet it is still a very rewarding type of service work.
* Forms F-162 and F-163 are provided, with permission of AA World Services, Inc.
For More Information
Send an email to the Chair of our Area Corrections Committee. He or she can help you get started-and might even be able to introduce you to people in your district already doing this work.