For more information about each
of the following opportunities:
Ault, Berthoud, Fort Collins, Greeley, LaPorte, Loveland, Red Feather,
Timnath, Wellington, and Windsor: (970) 224-3552
The Service Office is Located at:
155 N. College Ave. #120
Fort Collins, CO 80524
Hours: M-F 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Closed Saturday and Sunday
Monthly Service Meetings:
6 PM on the 3rd Monday of each month
*The Steering Committee meets at 5:30 (before Intergroup)
@ Central Service Office
155 N. College Ave. #120 in Fort Collins
* If your home group is not represented...
Does your group need an Intergroup Rep?
We service groups in Northern Colorado
(from Cheyenne to Boulder, Kansas / Nebraska border to Walden).
This adds up to 73 groups. Of those 73 groups from 16 to 20
attend our Intergroup meetings on a regular basis.
That is the participation of approximately 30%.
This is not bad if we were hitting in a baseball game,
but we would like more to be there. Talk to your groups in our areas.
Food and beverages provided!
DISTRICT 21 MEETING:
5:30 PM, (1st Sunday of each month)
301 E. Drake in Fort Collins
Everyone is welcome.
The regular district meeting will follow the potluck.
District 21 Liaison - Jennifer S.
Click HERE for a .Pdf of the District 21 meetings.
DISTRICT 21 TREATMENT COMMITTEE:
We Want You!!!
Join the District 21 Treatment Committee and share your experience, strength,
and hope with men and women in our local rehabilitation centers. Please help
us carry the message of hope to these individuals who are about to re-enter
the real world. Remember, you can only keep what you have by giving it away.
Erica B. is now our treatment chair for 2019 - 2020.
Her e-mail is firstname.lastname@example.org
Committee meetings are on the 2nd Wednesday's of each month at
5:30 PM, 400 Boardwalk
DISTRICT 21 ARCHIVES COMMITTEE:
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM, (4th Wednesday of each month)
301 E. Drake (room 19) in Fort Collins
Contact Monte S. (970) 231-6779
THURSDAY’S @ HARMONY TREATMENT:
Each home group must provide a leader for the women's and the men's meeting
on their home groups night. The meeting is on Thursday evenings starting at 7:30 PM.
Your group is responsible to bring a meeting to Harmony on the night listed.
This means at least one guy and one girl unless otherwise arranged.
Please keep our anonymity in mind when you carry the message there.
Contact The District 21 Treatment Committee for information.
Our District 21 Chairperson is Erica B. Contact her with any questions:
Click Here for the 2019 Harmony Treatment A.A. Meeting Rotation Schedule
DISTRICT 23 MEETING:
Meets 1st Tuesday of each month
801 20th Ave in Greeley
Scott is the District 23 Rep.
5:30 p.m. 3rd Wednesday of each month
Odd Months: 2028 Blue Mesa Ct. in Loveland
Even Months: 400 Boardwalk Dr. in Fort Collins
Click HERE for the flyer.
Volunteer your time at Central Office. 6 months of sobriety required. You will answer
phones, give out information, but not phone #'s, speak with alcoholics and/or families/
friends/ businesses, etc. Be able to do some office work (filing, folding, stapling,
copying, handling money, selling books, literature, gifts, making the change, running the
credit card machine, etc. These are regular shifts, done once a week.
E-mail Eileen at email@example.com
If you know anyone or have a sponsee or you can cover these times slots,
that would be great.
Click HERE for a PDF of the Day Watch application.
We are in need of Night Watch volunteers to answer the phones for those who need help.
All you need is a phone and night watch calls will be transferred to you.
Contact Central Office. Night Watch is being taken care of by Eileen S. for the foreseeable future.
Click HERE for a PDF of the Night Watch application.
BRIDGE THE GAP PROGRAM:
Be a temporary contact between the treatment facilities and outside of AA.
This is a commitment to help the newcomers integrate into A.A. when they
get home from treatment. You would meet them at their first meeting
(hopefully the day or day after they get out). Introduce them to people in
the program, help them get numbers, a meeting schedule, literature, etc. Stay
in touch, maybe meet them at a second or third meeting. This is such a great
way to do service work and help a newcomer by guiding him or her through the
first week or so!
To be a BTG representative you:
*MUST HAVE 6 MONTHS OF SOBRIETY*
*MUST HAVE A WORKING CAR AND VALID LICENSE*
Or you can fill out a FORM (sign up sheet link)
TAKE MEETINGS INTO THE LARIMER COUNTY JAIL:
Those in jail need meetings... You can help bring a meeting to them.
BECOME A GRAPEVINE REPRESENTATIVE:
In this role, you will:
- Announce the latest issue at your meeting
- Talk about the magazine's content - the stories make great topics for discussion
- Encourage your group to participate by sending in stories, artwork or jokes
- Spread the word about Grapevine's new services and products
HOW TO GET STARTED:
- Offer to be of service - let your home group know that you are interested
- Sign up on our website at Grapevine Web Link
- You will receive a complete information kit from the Grapevine office
IT'S A GREAT WAY TO CARRY THE MESSAGE OF AA AND TO STAY SOBER!!!
Central Office Could Really Use Some Financial Support
So we can give away what was so freely given to us...
It's a good way to help the Central Office with your 12
step work. We can support with financial aid when we
cannot give our time. If you would like to contribute in
this way, call the Central Office, e-mail the office manager,
Stop by & pick up a "5er's form". Thanks in advance.
"The basket"... Something to consider.
SOME THINGS TO THINK ABOUT
* 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.
* 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.
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