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Records and maintains Winchester District 26 groups history.
Brings AA to schools, law offices, medical practices, doctors. Duties include visiting these members of our community and providing information and literature about AA.
Brings AA meetings and literature to those confined in local correctional institutions. Also assist those released from confinement in connecting with the local AA fellowships.
Encourages groups to subscribe to the Grapevine magazine. Maintains and provides AA literature, pamphlets and resources to local AA groups. Also provides local AA groups with information about subscriptions to the Grapevine magazine. Additional duties include helping with special projects as an AA representative at local community events.
Helps plan and sponsor AA events for the District. Liaisons with local AA home groups by visiting meetings. Is also responsible for the flow of information between local AA groups and District (events, flyers, contacts for group inventories, archives and website).
The city of Winchester, District 26, has many opportunities to serve our community through the Treatment and Accessibilities Committee. This year we have focused on getting back to in person meetings after COVID. We bring meetings into the following locations, Winchester Rescue Mission, Bridging the Gaps Treatment Facility, Valley Health Hospital - Behavioral Health Unit, Winchester Area Temporary Thermal Shelters (WATTS), and more. For information on how to help A.A. serve our community by volunteering your time as a Treatment and Accessibilities Chair or Committee Member, please reach out to DCM26@aavirginia.org.
Participates in overseeing, maintaining and updating the AA website for Winchester District 26.