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The purpose of District 70 is to be a unifying entity for the AA groups within the district and to empower the individuals and groups to carry the message of Alcoholics Anonymous. >>>>> LINK HERE


Carrying the message of recovery to Mission Hospital’s Copestone unit is in dire need of volunteers, especially young people. Please consider this service opportunity. Click HERE to fill out the application form.

Business Meeting District 70 holds their Business meeting on the 2nd Sunday of the month at 2:30pm. Meeting location is: Virtual. All members of AA are welcome. Next Meeting is Sunday June 13, 2021. (See Calendar for meeting info). 

A Service Committee members mission is to serve the AA community and carry the message of AA to the alcoholic who still suffers.  If you would like more information or to get involved please contact the service committee Chairs:

CPC/PIThese are two separate service committees – “Cooperation with the Professional Community” and “Public Information”. The CPC committee visits schools, businesses and community meetings to speak about AA. Volunteers for area events are needed for health clinics and DUI classes to name a few. The PI committee provides accurate A.A. information to the public and media when requested. HERE is a link for the CPC/PI Committee flyer. 

Corrections – Women’s Corrections can be contacted  HERE. Contact for Men’s Corrections is David J. – Contact him HERE . Volunteers are needed for carrying the message of recovery to alcoholics behind the walls. The link for the Corrections Committee flyer is HERE.

The Buncombe County Detention Facility has varying needs of support for meetings inside the jail.  HERE is a new application for volunteering at BCDF.

Any AA member wanting to volunteer at BCDF needs to be referred or recommended to service by a local Corrections Chairperson or current jail volunteer. This will provide an umbrella of order and accountability with whomever enters the building with the organization.  Applications, with the above identified references/recommendations named on the application, can be sent directly to Sarah Regala, Program Director at BCDF: AA members new to town need to connect with District Corrections Chairpersons/meetings/volunteers for referrals.

If you are interested in this volunteer service or have questions about the application and orientation process, please contact Corrections Chair. Or, for more information attend the next GSR Meeting. Until further notice, taking meetings to correctional facilities is suspended.

Treatment. Contact service members HERE to volunteer for service at ADATC, Neil Dobbins, Montford Hall, Copestone, Pavillon Treatment Center and the Veteran’s Administration. It’s all about bringing the message of recovery to alcoholics in treatment facilities and to set up a means of “bridging the gap” from the facility to an A.A. group. Check out the Treatment Committee flyer HERE.

Events this chair position plans all the events related to the District. Contact them HERE.