Corrections Facilities Committee Chair
Carrying the AA message to the confined alcoholic in area facilities, who wants to live sober, one day at a time.
For all positions within Intergroup, a commitment of your time and a desire to be of service, are the main qualifications.
- The Corrections Facilities Committee Chair should be someone having a good level of sobriety, two years is suggested.
The Corrections Facilities Committee Chair is a member of the office committee. The office committee is one part of Regina and Area Intergroup.
Position Description and Duties
The Chair and Committee:
- Maintains lists of AA members (men and women) willing to provide the vital service of chairing meetings inside facilities.
- Works to ensure all clearances required for volunteers are attained.
- Attains clearances required for any visitors.
- Coordinates closely with the facilities regarding meetings and having literature available.
- Is responsible for managing and maintaining the *Pink Can Fund.
“The central/intergroup office can maintain contact with local groups in correctional facilities and treatment facilities, offering literature and prerelease A.A. contacts and arranging for A.A. speakers and visitors to meetings.”From MG-02 A.A.® Guidelines – Central or Intergroup Office with permission of A.A, World Services, Inc.
*The Pink Can Fund is a collection taken at local meetings. It’s only purpose is to provide Conference Approved literature to those confined behind the walls.