District Service

Doing service work is one of the three pillars of AA

District 11 Service Committee Meetings

Note: All committee meetings are now online.

Ongoing Volunteers Needed for:

Ongoing volunteers are needed to take meetings to corrections and treatment facilities, AA Hotline and to speak at non-AA informational meetings. Please attend the monthly Corrections and Treatment meeting to find out the requirements for volunteering.

  • AA Hotline (360) 734-1688

  • Detox Tuesday & Thursday @ 6:30pm https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89070024025

  • St. Joe's treatment meeting (Suspended during COVID)

  • St. Joe's informational non-AA meeting (Suspended during COVID)

  • Men's Jail

  • Women's Jail

  • Juvenile Detention (Suspended during COVID)

  • Visions (girl's treatment center) (Suspended during COVID)

  • Lynden DWI Impact Panel (non-AA informational meeting) (Suspended during COVID)

Bridge the Gap Program (take newcomer to meetings as soon as they are released from treatment) (Suspended during COVID)2021-2022 District 11 Service Positions:

Single click on the positions below and a job description will come up.

The District 11 trusted servant committees and coordinator positions are: Accessibility, Answering Service, Archives, Corrections and Treatment (C&T) , Grapevine and Literature (G&L) , Newsletter, Public Information and Cooperation with the Professional Community (PI/CPC), Schedules, Third Legacy, Treasurer, Recording Secretary, and DCM (District Committee Member). All positions have an Alternate to assist or fill in when the main person is unable to attend.

All of the District 11 committees need a representative from each group to carry your group's conscience to that committee and to help do service work to carry the message to still suffering alcoholics; and on the PI/CPC committee, to educate the public about what AA is and what AA is not.