24-HOUR PHONE LINES:
"When anyone, anywhere, reaches out for help..."
The only requirement for A.A. membership is a desire to stop drinking.

Ault, Akron, Berthoud, Brush, Fort Collins, Fort Morgan, Greeley,
Holyoke, Johnson's Corner, Johnstown, LaPorte, Loveland,
Red Feather Lakes, Sterling, Walden, Wellington, Windsor, Wray,
and Yuma Plains:
(970) 224-3552
Estes Park: (970) 586-2471


NOTE: THERE IS AN INTERGROUP SECRETARY POSITION OPEN
(Contact Central Office for information)

MOST RECENT SCHEDULE CHANGES:
(All changes may be found under the "Printable Schedule" link above).

* Loveland-
8:30 AM The Big Book Group of Loveland (Open Beginners Meeting) 1528 N. Lincoln Ave. #3 (downstairs)
* Fort Collins -
5:30 PM Grace 2008 Lincoln (Rocky Mountain Serenity Club)
* Greeley -

Union Colony Group @ 804 21st Ave.
Sunday: 9:45 AM (Open Meeting)
Monday: 6:30 PM (Closed Meeting)
Tuesday: 6:30 PM (Last Tuesday of the Month is the Group Conscience at 7:30 PM)
Wednesday: 6:30 PM (Closed Meeting)
Thursday: No Meeting
Friday: 6:30 PM (Open Meeting - 2nd Friday of the Month is a Potluck with Speaker,
4th Friday is a Birthday Meeting)
Saturday: 6:30 PM (Closed Meeting, Big Book)
* Estes Park -
Tuesday's "Women's Round Table Group" meets at 7PM now, Not 6
* Fort Collins -
The Serenity Club speaker meeting has changed from 7PM Friday to 7PM Saturday

Schedule Changes:
All schedule changes can be made @ the monthly Intergroup meeting or e-mail them to:
Northern Colorado Central Office Manager
(Please include in your schedule request; your name, phone number and e-mail address.)


NORTHERN NOTES NEWSLETTER:
If you would like to have a copy of the Northern Notes Newsletter e-mailed to you
directly, please e-mail your request to: officemanager@northcoloradoaa.org

AA-Related Links:
Alcoholics Anonymous (The Official Website of the General Service Office)
AA Grapevine
Read the "Big Book" Alcoholics Anonymous Online

Read Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions Online "12 & 12"
AA Study site!
12 STEPS / 12 TRADITIONS / 12 CONCEPTS

LENDING LIBRARY:
We now have books of all types, cassettes and CD's of speakers.
Stop by Central Office and borrow one or two.

CENTRAL OFFICE NOW ACCEPTS CREDIT CARDS!
There are plenty of cool things at Central Office.
Stop by and see what you cannot live without!


"The basket"... Something to consider.

Click HERE to read the pamphlet.
This pamphlet is A.A. General Service Conference-approved literature.
SOME THINGS TO THINK ABOUT
Some facts:
* Less than 44% of groups contribute to the General Service Office.
* Costs of Services provided by G.S.O. are $6.32 per member per year
* A.A. literature sales account for 56% of G.S.O.'s income.
Personal thoughts:
* What is the value of your sobriety?
* Does your group know that contributions may be made online at AA.org?
* Give until it feels good.
SELF-SUPPORT
The Seventh Tradition states: "Every A.A. group ought to be fully self-supporting,
declining outside contributions."
While contributions cover each group's rent and other expenses, the Seventh Tradition
is essential at every level of A.A. service. It is both a privilege and a responsibility for
groups and members to ensure that not only their group, but also their Intergroup/central
office, local services, district, area, and the General Service Office remain self-supporting.
This keeps A.A. free of outside influences that might divert us from our primary purpose -
to help the alcoholic who still suffers.
The amount of our contribution is secondary to the spiritual connection that unites all groups
around the world.
-Service Material from the General Service Office


For Event Listings: Contact the webmaster at: Northern Colorado Intergroup Webmaster

Central Office Statement of Purpose:
The purpose of the Central Office is to receive, distribute, follow up on 12 step calls,
to answer inquires about A.A., & to cooperate with local public information
committees. Central Office also maintains information about local hospitals, &
recovery facilities for alcoholics. We provide local meeting lists, a newsletter, & order,
sell, & distribute A.A. literature.

"Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women
who share their experience, strength and hope with each other
that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking.
There are no dues or fees for A.A. membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions.
A.A. is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution;
does not wish to engage in any controversy; neither endorses nor opposes any causes.
Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.
"
Copyright © A.A. World Services, Inc.




Website Revised July 20, 2014
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Fort Collins, Colorado