Office Volunteer


BIG THANK YOU to those who have stepped forward so far to help out!  We still have some available opportunities. Can you help?


As of October  22, 2017 all shifts are covered!


We need your help to be there for the alcoholic who still suffers.  You need to be there to support your own program.  


Please call Central Office 541-474-0782 and leave a message for John F (volunteer coordinator)


Volunteers at Central Office answer the phones from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. every weekday, and Saturday by appointment. Each shift is 3 hours -

  • mornings 10am - 1pm
  • afternoons 1pm - 4pm

Central Office receives calls:

  •   From alcoholics requesting 12-Step Calls

  •   From alcoholics wanting information about AA meetings or events

  •   From friends or relatives of alcoholics, looking for information about AA, Al-Anon, and NA

  •   From people looking for AA literature and/or meeting schedules

Central Office volunteers sell AA approved literature (books and pamphlets), distribute free meeting lists.

Every part of our Fellowship - the group meetings, Intergroup, and committees, twelve step calls, and group jobs - all have one common purpose:  to help that one newcomer with a drinking problem.


Most service positions for the Central Office and Intergroup take only a few hours per month.  


Contact the Central Office

  • by phone at 541-474-0782,
  • or visit the Central Office at 432 NW 6th Street Room 202,
  • or come to an Intergroup meeting on the 3rd Thursday at 7 PM
  • or use our Contact page.


For a PDF of the pamplet "Legacy of Service" 

Print some flyers for your meeting!
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Ready for some service work?

Want to be a part of an amazing event

(arguably the biggest AA event in Southern Oregon)?


We plan all year, then stop to have a BIG party!


Meetings are the 4th Thursday each month at 7:30pm at the Hi-Lo Club.

Come join us!  There's a spot for you.

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