Your call will be taken by a recovering alcoholic, a sober member of Alcoholics Anonymous, who knows exactly what you’re going through and can point you in the right direction. Go to an A.A. Meeting There are over 130 A.A. meetings available each week in the Ocala area. To get help at a meeting near you, call the Intergroup Hotline or find a meeting click here Read the book “Alcoholics Anonymous”This is our “text book”. It provides a new plan for living which will enable you to achieve sobriety. You can get a copy at the Intergroup office or read it online at aa.org
For many of us, that call we made to Intergroup was our first step toward recovery. As a sober member of Alcoholics Anonymous, you can “pass it on” by volunteering to answer the Hotline or by making yourself available to go on 12-Step calls. Volunteer Information Form
Return completed forms to:
Intergroup District 17
1815 NE 19th Ave., Suite B
Ocala, FL 34470
Immediate service opportunities at the Intergroup office:
- Put yourself out front as an Intergroup Office Volunteer
- Hotline and 12th Step Calls
- Take the message to local correctional institutions
- Through The Grapevine!
Many of our brothers and sisters in area corrections facilities enjoy reading The AA Grapevine. Drop off your old copies at the Intergroup Office, or coordinate a group effort through your General Service Representative.
It’s easy to volunteer! Just give us a call at 867-0660 or stop by the Intergroup office at 1815 NE 19th Ave., Suite B, Ocala 34470.
Publicize your service opportunity.
Send details to: email@example.com Or call 352-867-0660