Albuquerque Alcoholics Anonymous

Announcements

Attend AA Meetings
in Treatment Centers (great 12th Step work)

Great Opportunities to Carry the AA Message in Sandoval County

FOUR WINDS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH TREATMENT FACILITY (patient sobriety time 0-6 months, currently only 2 Dist18 AAers are attending each meeting, need more. Meeting emphasis is on early sobriety, discussion items from the Big Book and other Conference approved material)

4100 Barbara Loop, Rio Rancho
Open Women’s Meeting – 6PM Wednesdays
Open Meeting – 6PM Thursdays 

NEW MEXICO WELLNESS TREATMENT FACILITY (patient sobriety time 0-3 months, currently only 2 Dist18 AAers are attending, need more.  Meeting emphasis is on early sobriety, discussion items from the Big Book and other Conference approved material)

4210 Meadowlark Ln, Rio Rancho
Open Meeting – 10AM Sundays

SHADOW MOUNTAIN RECOVERY (detox facility, patient sobriety time 0-14 days currently only 2 Dist18 AAers are attending each meeting, need more.  Meeting emphasis is on early sobriety, discussion items from the Living Sober book and other Conference approved material)

1550 Bridger Rd. NE, Rio Rancho
Open Meeting – 7PM Tuesdays

KEWA FAMILY WELLNESS CENTER (patient sobriety time ? months, no meeting yet – day and time negotiable)

18 Eagle Court, Santa Domingo Pueblo 

Contact: Ray (Dist18 Treatment Facilities Chairman) at (505) 352-4898 if you want to attend any of these meetings. Attendees need to have solid sobriety and be dependable.

 

Open Service Positions

Service Opportunities are Available at Central Office

The Accessibilities Chair shall develop and coordinate programs for carrying the A.A. message to alcoholics with special needs and to members in remote communities.

The Intergroup Liaison represents the Central Office when groups/Districts/other 12-Step groups request contact and
assistance for special events and other activities. They will initiate and coordinate an outreach program to inform the
groups of the purpose and activities of the Central Office.

The Media Librarian shall maintain the Media Library, add new media, maintain lists of media available, and keep the Fellowship informed as to the progress of the library. (The previous Media Librarian was working on converting our sizable CD inventory to digital format and setting up a channel (perhaps YouTube) to make the entire collection available to the fellowship via link on the website.)

The Newsletter Editor (Pass It On) shall publish (both in print and online) the Intergroup newsletter on a regular basis. The newsletter shall carry items deemed to be both informative and interesting to the A.A. Fellowship in this area. The editor shall be responsible that all items printed in the newsletter have to do with alcoholism and be within the spirit of the traditions.

Contact: Tawnya (Vice-Chair) by email: vicechair@albuquerqueaa.org