If you are interested in workjing with any of these committees, please contact the committee chair listed after each committee.

Committees

Activities - The committee organizes, runs, and promotes all service workshops and social activities of the Intergroup. These social activities are provided for Alcoholics Anonymous members, their families, and friends; Workshop sub-committee: A sub-committee of the Activities Committee that organizes, runs, and promotes all service workshops.

Cooperation with the Professional Community - Arranges for volunteers to participate in public information programs requested by schools, businesses, law – enforcement agencies and other organizations interested in the A.A. approach to recovery from alcoholism.

Desk - The committee maintains the Red House Volunteers list, provides off-hours support with the "roll-over" phone, and maintains a 12 th Step call list.

Facilities - The committee operates and maintains the Red House, where the business of the Intergroup is conducted.

Finance - The committee advises and makes recommendations to the Executive Committee on all matters related to Intergroup finances.

Institutions - This committee carries the A.A. program to correctional facilities, treatment centers and other institutions.

Public Information - This committee arranges for volunteers to participate in public information programs requested by schools, businesses, law enforcement agencies, and other organizations interested in the A.A. approach to recovery from alcoholism

  • Provide local public and professional relations activities, such as A.A. speakers, and assist the press and other public media in the development of articles and general publicity of A.A. as outlined in the AA Guidelines
  • Cooperate with other community agencies that deal with the alcoholic.

Bulletin - This committee publishes a monthly bulletin.

Literature - The AAIG Literature Committee distributes General Service Conference approved literature to individuals, groups, and institutions.

Special Needs - the “Bringing It Home” program is designed to take AA meetings to people who cannot leave their home or hospital due to medical restrictions and/or physical disability

Website - Manages the content of the AAIG website. In addition, the Website committee manages the meeting Directory database, produces the Where & When, and investigates and implements new technologies for the Intergroup when requested. Tthe Committee also manages the subscription list for various Intergroup publications such as our Bulletin and event flyers.

Outreach - Outreach Committee members visit groups that are within the Annapolis Area and make contact with AA groups and its members in an effort to:

  • Inform the groups of the Intergroup function
  • Encourage AA member participation in Intergroup functions
  • Promote general cooperation between the Intergroup and individual groups
  • Maintain and update Intergroup records
    • group meeting times, locations
    • Intergroup Representatives and contact persons