Denver Area Central Committee of Alcoholics Anonymous
What is Intergroup/Central Office?
is supported by the voluntary
contributions of the individual members and the AA groups.
The primary purpose of each group is to carry the AA message to the still suffering alcoholic. Intergroups and Central Offices exist to provide AA services within a local area, which are not practical for each individual group to provide. Their most important function by far is to provide the AA listing in local telephone directories and make provisions for receiving calls, answering inquiries and discreetly referring requests for help to AA members who have agreed to take 12-Step calls. Intergroup/Central Office consists of and is operated by the groups within 4 zones with the dividing lines being Broadway to the East and West, and Ellsworth to the North and South.
Each group is asked to send a
Central Office Delegate to
the monthly meeting on the 1st Tuesday at 6:30pm, 2290 S. Clayton
St. (at Iliff Ave. in the church basement). From among these delegates, zone
representatives are elected and become an Operating Committee to administer the activities of the Central Office.