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There is a solution. You no longer have to live like this. You are not alone. You are not the first. If you think you have a drinking problem, and are looking to get to a meeting of alcoholics anonymous, we hope that this website will help you.

No one can tell you that you are an alcoholic. People may point out indications that you have a drinking problem -- loss of control, drunken driving, arrests, lost jobs, broken marriages or relationships, blackouts, the shakes, etc. Only you can decide if youare actually an alcoholic, then we invite you to keep coming back.

Alcoholics Anonymous® is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. AA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy, neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.


click here to go to the website of AA world service to read the big book of Alcoholics Anonymous®

GSO

Link to Area 15

Local area meeting schedules and locations information in two downloadable formats:

Our meeting lists are often called the "Where and When".

2014 Delegate Conference Report

Where & When by Town - PDF

Spanish Speaking - AA
Directorio españo - PDF

INTERGROUP

INTERGROUP BY-LAWS CURRENT PRACTICE

INTERGROUP BY-LAWS CURRENT PRACTICE ADOPTED REVISIONS

Related phone numbers and links

AA Helpline: 941-951-6810

Local clubs and frequent meeting locations: AA neither approves nor disapproves of clubs. They are an outside enterprise.

• Serenity Room Bradenton 941-753-7760
• Gratitude Room Bradenton 941-782-4298
• Gratitude Club Sarasota 941-953-5182

 

DISTRICT 4 GENERAL SERVICE

AA Service Opportunities

DISTRICT INVENTORY FINAL REPORT

NEW GROUP FORM

GROUP CHANGE FORM

All committees meet at Central Office unless otherwise noted.

Below are the various committees that are coordinated by General Services in our area. These are opportunities for volunteering for helping to “carry the message.” If you are interested in helping to “carry the message,” please attend one of these committee meetings.

2016 DISTRICT 4 INVENTORY

We invite all District 4 members to participate in and attend a District inventory. An inventory helps us to make sure we are remaining true to the basic principles and traditions of our Fellowship and maintaining a solid foundation for the future. Please click on the link above to view and/or print a questionnaire for your participation.

* BOOK OF MOTIONS

 

* CURRENT PRACTICES

General Service Committees

PI / CPC

H & I

ARCHIVES

EVENTS

GRAPEVINE
SPECIAL NEEDS
LITERATURE

CURRENT PRACTICES

FINANCE

District 4 General Service

GS Chair Person   gschair@aasrq.org

GS Alt Chair Person   gsaltchair@aasrq.org

GS Treasurer   gstreasurer@aasrq.org

GS Registrar   gsregistrar@aasrq.org

GS Recording Secretary   gssecretary@aasrq.org

Sub Districts

CLICK HERE TO SEE SUB DISTRICT BOUNDRIES

Want to know who your DCM is? eMail GS Registrar

WEBMASTER   webservant@aasrq.org
WEB SITE CHAIR   websitechair@aasrq.org

 

 

   

AA Helpline: 941-951-6810
Central Office of Sara-Mana 1748 Independence Blvd., Suite B-2 Sarasota, FL 34234    TEL - 941-351-4818

Al-Anon Helpline 941-749-1750 -- This website is not affiliated in any way with Al-Anon. We provide this number as a courtesy