Treasure Valley Intergroup seeks to represent various AA groups in accomplishing common goals in maintaining our organization and carrying the message to those in need. Membership is made up of home-group representatives who have volunteered their time and efforts to develop and coordinate activities vital to a strong AA presence in the Treasure Valley. Members meet monthly on the second Thursday evening at 6 PM at Central Office 1111 S. Orchard St., Suite 180 Boise.
1. Treasure Valley Intergroup– will be rotating Service Positions and is looking for individuals who want to be involved in Intergroup. If you are interested in being of service, please contact Scott H. for a list of positions and task descriptions of each HERE.
2. TSNAC – Treasure Valley TSNAC (Treatment, Special Needs & Accessibilities, Corrections) has been created in harmony with Tradition 9 of AA to unify the Twelve Step work with volunteers interested in carrying the AA Message to alcoholics confined in hospitals, nursing homes, institutions, e.g. prisons and jails, and treatment centers. Special sobriety requirements are considered. Click this LINK for a complete description. TSNAC has a message phone number 208-906-2745
3. Be an Author – our Newsletter is always seeking written words of recovery. Perhaps a thoughtful share of a significant life event leading to an improved AA solution for a similar problem in others? See the Slippery When Wet pages for further details. You can email the newsletter editor at firstname.lastname@example.org
4. Volunteers are actively sought for the AA Hotline for after-hours support and general information. There is always a need for service on the 12-Step Call list. You would be contacted when a suffering alcoholic needs a 12-Step call. You can email the Hotline Chair at email@example.com
5. Connect the fellowship to the Community by serving on CPC/PI. CPC – Cooperation with Professional Community. PI – Public Information. The CPC/PI Committee will provide information about A.A. to those who have contact with alcoholics through their profession. The CPC/PI committee will provide and conduct an effective information program for the general public, so that our message of recovery can reach the alcoholic who still suffers. Click this LINK for a complete description.
A key component of successful recovery is Service to the still suffering Alcoholic, the community and our fellow members.
Please call Central Office 208-344-6611, for coordinator contact if not listed above.