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Find helpful information on regional service structure committees and other helpful AA-related sites.
The General Service Office is the headquarters of Alcoholics Anonymous. While each group makes its own decisions, GSO provides important information and resources available to each group and member of that group.
General Service Office
Post Office Box 2407
James A Farley Station
New York, NY 10116-2407
Generally speaking, in the Alcoholics Anonymous service structure, each state is grouped by a number. The state of NC is known as Area 51 and has its own website.
PO Box 7337
Kill Devil Hills, NC 27948
The regions within that Area are further subdivided into Districts – also by numbers. Every group that meets within the region is a part of that District. The Tri-County Intergroup serves Districts 31, 34, and 35.
PO Box 41302
Raleigh, NC 27629
Meets the 2nd Monday of each month at 7:00 pm
It represents groups that are located North of I-440 and I-40 in Wake County, as well as Franklin and Warren Counties.
4015 Spring Forest Rd
District 31 DCM: Wanda
PO Box 271
Cary, NC 27512
Meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7:30 pm
Service Manual Study 2nd Tuesday at 6:30 pm
It represents groups that are located South of I-440, Raleigh-Chapel Hill Expressway, and I-40 in Wake County
408 E. Williams St (Hwy. 55)
District 34 DCM: Craig H.
PO Box 12051
Raleigh, NC 27605
Regional Districts Across NC
While many AA meetings are in churches, there are some facilities whose only function is to provide a space for recovery and offer many 12-step meetings throughout the day. These are often referred to as “alano clubs” or “clubhouses”. Below is a list of our local clubhouses.
Young People in AA
There are social events and opportunities for the young and young at heart who are attempting to attain or maintain sobriety in Raleigh NC and surrounding areas. Learn more about YPAA (Young People in AA):
Other NC Intergroups
Intergroups are a resource for all AA groups in their service area. They offer 24-hour support for anyone who needs help with a drinking problem. They provide AA members with a meeting list, many service opportunities, and upcoming events in the area. They may have a store where AA materials can be purchased. Below are the other intergroups of North Carolina.