Fellowship Service Positions

Accessibilities Chair

Accessibilities Committees explore, develop, and offer resources to alcoholics with significant barriers to receiving the Alcoholics Anonymous message and to participating in our program of recovery. See Accessibilities Workbook for more information.

Archives Chair

The Archivist maintains archival material relevant to the histories of District 28, WWA72, and AA as a whole. The Archivist follows the AA Guidelines on Archives and the suggestions and experience of the WWA72 Archives Steering committee. See Archives Chair Guidelines for more information.

Cooperation with the Professional Community (CPC) Chair

The CPC Chair establishes communications with professionals working with alcoholics. They explain what AA does and doesn't do. They offer cooperation in any way possible without affiliating. See See CPC Guidelines for more information.

Corrections Chair

The Chair is knowledgeable of the various facility clearance requirements and is available to assist group members in securing and completing the necessary paper work for facility access. The Chair also encourages AA member participation in the Corrections Bridge Program and the Corrections Correspondence Program. See Corrections Committee Guidelines for more information.

Grapevine and Literature Chair

The Chair’s primary responsibility is to educate the fellowship about AA literature, related service material, and how to obtain it. See Literature Committee Guidelines

Phone Committee (Hotline)

The Chair is responsible for maintaining a 12th step volunteer contact list and providing this list to the answering service. Any other duties necessary to insure the operation of the District Hotline. See Answering Services Guidelines for more information.

Public Information Chair

The primary purpose of members involved with public information service is to carry the A.A. message to the alcoholic who still suffers. See Public Information Guidelines for more information.

Treatment Chair

Responsibilities may include maintaining regular contact with local treatment facilities personnel and scheduling speakers and meetings at the facilities. The Chair is also the District's main contact person for the Bridge the Gap ("BRG") Program. See Treatment Guidelines

Web Chair

The Web Chair Has the job of maintaining and updating the District 28 website. The Web Servant works closely with the District Committee in maintaining/updating the content of the website as well as following GSO and WWA72 Guidelines for websites. See Internet Guidelines for more information.