Service Committees of the Tri-County
Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous
“Having had a spiritual awakening as the result of these steps, we tried to carry this message to alcoholics, and to practice these principles in all our affairs.” – 12th Step
Each of the service committees meets regularly and is an integral part of fulfilling the Primary Purpose of Alcoholics Anonymous: to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety. Learn more about them below and how they assist others looking to stop drinking in Raleigh NC and surrounding areas of Franklin, Warren, and Wake Counties.
The Intergroup Council
The Intergroup Council is made up of representatives from each AA group within the service area of the Tri-County Intergroup. The council meets monthly with the Intergroup Steering Committee. This meeting serves as the opportunity for individual AA groups to have input into the direction of the Intergroup, its service activities, and expenditures.
The Intergroup Council meets on the LAST Thursday of each month at 7:30 PM. Find more details on the service committee calendar.
Bridging the Gap
Bridging the Gap is the Service Committee of Alcoholics Anonymous that assists individuals who have been incarcerated or in an alcoholism rehabilitation center in Raleigh and nearby areas who will soon be released. Bridging the Gap helps these individuals to connect with individuals and A.A. meetings in the area so they can continue to recover from alcoholism.
Corrections Service Committee
The Corrections Service Committee of Alcoholics Anonymous provides literature and facilitates A.A. meetings for individuals who are incarcerated and need help with a drinking problem in Raleigh and the surrounding areas.
The Corrections Service Committee meets on the 3rd Sunday of the month at 3 PM. Find more details on the service committee calendar.
The Cooperation With the Professional Community/ Public Information (C.P.C./P.I.) Committee provides professionals with information about AA and how to AA locally. This includes: doctors, lawyers, medical professionals, police, schools, the court system, and the general public to ensure those who need help to stop drinking in Raleigh.
The C.P.C./P.I. Committee meets on the 3rd Thursday of the month at 6:30 PM. Find more details on the service committee calendar.
The Grapevine Service Committee works to spread the message of Alcoholics Anonymous using the “Grapevine”, A.A.’s “Meeting in Print”. Grapevine Committee provides subscriptions to and places copies of the periodical where it will be useful for helping those who want to recover from alcoholism in Raleigh.
Helpline Service Committee volunteers provide forwarding services and answer the local A.A. hotline 24 hours a day. Helpline volunteers share experience, strength and hope on how to quit drinking in Raleigh NC, one day at a time.
The Treatment Facilities Committee brings A.A. meetings to alcoholism treatment centers in Raleigh and surrounding areas. They carry the AA message of hope to alcoholism rehabilitation facilities in Wake, Warren & Franklin Counties.
This committee meets on the first Thursday of each EVEN month. Contact us for information.
Get Involved With A Service Committee of the Tri-County Intergroup of A.A.
Become a volunteer and share your experience, strength, and hope for recovery from alcoholism in Raleigh and beyond. Contact us online or call the Tri-County Intergroup office at (919) 783-8214 for more information about Service Committees.