Do You Have a Drinking Problem in Raleigh NC?
Do you or a loved one have a drinking problem in Raleigh, Cary, Morrisville, Wake Forest, or surrounding areas? The Tri-County Intergroup can help. Call our Helpline 24 hours a day to speak with a sober member of Alcoholics Anonymous and talk about recovery from alcoholism in Raleigh and the Triangle.
About the Tri-County Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous
The Tri-County Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous serves Franklin, Warren and Wake Counties in Central North Carolina. The Intergroup has a bookstore where AA materials can be purchased at cost and is a space where AA meetings take place and A.A. service committees meet. The Triangle Intergroup is there to fulfill the Primary Purpose of Alcoholics Anonymous: to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.
Service Committees of Alcoholics Anonymous in Raleigh & The Triangle
The C.P.C.P.I. Service Committee
The C.P.C.P.I Service Committee of the Tri-County Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous shares A.A.'s alcoholism recovery program in Raleigh, and surrounding areas of Wake, Franklin, and Warren Counties with professionals and the general public. Learn more about how we cooperate with the public (C.P.C.) and provide public information (P.I.) to assist with recovery from alcoholism in Raleigh.
The Bridging the Gap Committee
Bridging the Gap provides assistance to individuals leaving a correctional facility or alcoholism treatment center in Raleigh and surrounding areas. Volunteers for this service committee help individuals to become acquainted with AA and find Alcoholics Anonymous meetings where they can find the experience, strength and hope to continue in recovery from alcoholism in Raleigh and the Triangle.
The Tri-County Intergroup Helpline
The Tri-County Intergroup Helpline provides assistance for those with a drinking problem in Raleigh NC and surrounding areas 24 hours a day. Volunteers for the Helpline carry the AA message of recovery from alcoholism to those in need, offering assistance finding AA meetings in Raleigh and sharing their experience, strength and hope. Contact us today to become a Helpline volunteer.
Grapevine Service Committee
The Grapevine is the international journal of Alcoholics Anonymous. The A.A. Grapevine is written, edited, illustrated, and read by AA members and others interested in recovery from alcoholism in Raleigh and across the world. The Grapevine is a lifeline linking one alcoholic to another. Contact us today to volunteer with the Grapevine Service Committee of the Tri-County Intergroup of A.A.
The Corrections Service Committee
The Corrections Correspondence Service (C.C.S.) of theTri-County Intergroup links A.A. members who are incarcerated with A.A. members on the outside allowing an interchange of experience, strength, and hope. Contact the Corrections Service Committee of Tri-County Intergroup to become a volunteer or learn more about our assistance with recovery from alcoholism for those who are incarcerated.
The Hospitals & Institutions Committee
The Hospitals & Institutions Committee (H&I) brings AA meetings into hospitals, institutions and alcoholism treatment centers in Raleigh and surrounding areas. Volunteers with H & I offer their experience, strength and hope on how to stop drinking in Raleigh and assist individuals once they are released. Contact us to assist with carrying the AA message to alcohol treatment centers in Raleigh.
Contact the Tri-County Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous
Contact us online or call the Tri-County Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous at (919) 783-8214 during business hours for information about Service Committees, literature or AA materials. If you need immediate help with a drinking problem in Raleigh or surrounding areas of Wake, Warren & Franklin Counties, call the Helpline 24 hours a day at (919) 783-6144. A volunteer will take your call and provide their experience, strength and hope on recovery from alcoholism in Raleigh and beyond. The Tri-County Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous is here to help those who want to quit drinking in Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Morrisville, and Wake Forest.