Treatment Facilities Service Committee of the Tri-County Intergroup

Treatment Facilities

The Treatment Facilities Service Committee

Learn more about the Treatment Facilities service committee of the Tri-County Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous and how we bring hope of recovery from alcoholism to rehabilitation centers in Raleigh, Cary, Morrisville, Wake Forest and surrounding areas of Wake, Franklin and Warren Counties.

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What is the Treatment Facilities Service Committee of the Tri-County Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous?

Treatment Facilities Committee is the service committee of the Tri-County Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous that coordinates AA members to bring 12 step recovery meetings into hospitals, institutions, and rehabilitation centers in Raleigh NC and surrounding areas. AA members carry their message of experience, strength, and hope into rehab centers in the Raleigh area to assist those wanting to get help in overcoming alcoholism. Sharing the pain once felt and the joy we now feel is an important part of the AA member’s 12 step recovery program, and assists those needing help with important information on how to successfully stop drinking, one day at a time.

What Rehab Centers in Raleigh NC and Surrounding Areas Do They Bring Meetings to?

Some of the rehab centers in Raleigh, Cary, Wake Forest, Morrisville and surrounding areas where the Treatment Facilities Committee shares the message of Alcoholics Anonymous with include the Wakebrook Addiction Detox Unit, the Wakebrook Facility-Based Crisis Unit, the Women’s Center of Wake County, and Triangle Springs. There are many other rehabilitation centers that the committee carries the message of recovery from alcoholism to, and assistance is always needed in carrying individual experiences on how to stop drinking.

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    What Does an AA Meeting at a Rehabilitation Center in Raleigh NC Look Like?

    AA meetings at rehabilitation centers provided by the Treatment Facilities Committee look similar to meetings found most anywhere else. The meetings at rehab centers are open meetings, and anyone permitted to attend by the rehabilitation center facilitating the meeting is welcome.

    While individuals at rehab centers may be experiencing difficulties with “outside issues” other than alcoholism, this committee is dedicated to the primary purpose of Alcoholics Anonymous: to carry its message of hope to the still suffering alcoholic. Members of Alcoholics Anonymous focus on recovery from alcoholism and our individual experience on how to stop drinking when bringing an AA meeting to a rehabilitation center in Raleigh, Cary, Morrisville, Wake Forest and beyond. Below is a list of some helpful reminders for carrying the message on recovery from alcoholism to rehab centers in Raleigh NC:

    1. Follow all the rules of the facility. AA members are guests of the facility.
    2. Limit yourself to carrying your own honest message of alcoholism recovery.
    3. DON’T Talk about medication, psychiatry, or scientific theories of alcoholism. This is territory for professionals. Our personal spiritual life does not make us experts on religion.
    4. Remember that you ARE AA to people in that facility. Your language, appearance, manners and mood all affect other’s opinions of our Fellowship. Your behavior can make sure AA is always welcome.
    5. DON’T Give agency personnel or patients any reason to be unhappy with Alcoholics Anonymous in Raleigh NC or as a whole.
    6. Always maintain a cheerful humility about how to stop drinking with assistance from the AA program. DON’T Brag about AA. Let results speak for us.

    Volunteer to Bring the Message of Recovery From Alcoholism

    If you are interested in bringing the message of how to stop drinking, contact the Treatment Facilities Committee of the Tri-County Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous. We welcome individuals in AA who are interested in sharing their experience, strength, and hope in recovering from alcoholism with rehab centers in Raleigh and other areas we serve. Ask your home group how you can be of service, attend the Treatment Facilities Committee meeting, or contact us today for more information. If there is a specific rehabilitation center you would like to bring a meeting to and is not currently being served, please contact the Treatment Facilities Committee, the CPCPI Committee, or the Tri-County Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous.