HI Central Oregon AA individual members and AA groups
We have had a number of the AA members asking about how we can reach those who have a drinking problem and have a desire to stop drinking during this time. The local 24 hour A.A. Hotline is available 541-548-0440. This is one of the ways the newcomer can find help. If an AA member is wanting to be available for the 12 step list ( one alcoholic talking to another alcoholic) please contact Dan M (503) 819-3125 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and he will give you the details about how an AA member can be of service with hotline/12 step list. If a newcomer contacts the office at 541-923-8199 or emails us at email@example.com we will have a big book sent to them. We also have an AA member willing to deliver a big book to a newcomer.
Our webmaster is busy helping AA groups get their online meetings listed and update AA members with info helpful to online meetings. You can find them on our website under the online meeting tab listed by day of the week. If you want your online meeting listed please email firstname.lastname@example.org Please let us know how you will want your password available; listed or through a contact person.
The central office is busy answering emails and calls. We are helping new and existing AA members get access to online meetings. If your group needs literature or coins please call or email the office email@example.com We will make arrangements to have you pay and pick up outside the office Monday-Thursday 9:00 am-1:00 pm as at this time Due to the COVID 19 outbreak and out of an abundance of caution for your safety and the safety of our office personnel, our office will be shut down for guests and visitors. Also available now is the ability to pick up literature and coins if arranged ahead on the weekend. We also have an AA member in the Bend area that can meet people to purchase literature only, while practicing social distancing. Also we are happy to say we have now made it easier for AA individuals and AA groups to contribute by going to our website and clicking on the contribution tab.
Access to The AA Grapevine’s, A.A.’s meeting in print, has made all of the 2020 issues available for free and can be found at www.aagrapevine.org/we-are-here-to-help
The Alcoholics Anonymous and A.A. Grapevine channels have videos and audio stories available for anyone interested. Visiting www.aa.org and www.aagrapevine.org will give anyone access to all of the literature that Alcoholics Anonymous currently offers.