Corrections Facilities Committee Chair

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.