NEW Area 35 New Group Information Form and Change Group Information Form
Please fill out this form and e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Group Status Codes
Definitions of Group Status Codes. These are the codes used by GSO in their Fellowship New Vision Group Records Database.
Grapevine Representative Registration Form
You may print this form and mail to address listed on the bottom.
Inventory of District
This document provides a series of questions concerning the duties and responsibilities of a district in its role as a general service district in Area 35. It attempts to cover the most important duties with descriptions of those duties taken from AA literature. If you have additional comments a comment section is included at the bottom of this inventory for input on areas that may not have been explicitly stated in the body of this inventory.
INVENTORY Of District in (PDF file)
GETTING AN INFORMED GROUP CONSCIENCE
(Adapted from a talk given by Ottis D. In Area 57, Edmond, February 2005)
Beginners Meeting Pamphlet
(Suggestions For Leading Beginners Meetings )
AA Fact File
(Basic Information on the A.A. fellowship)
Temporary Treatment Contact form for AA Member
(You may print this form and use the contact information listed on the bottom )
(From the A.A. Grapevine)
Temporary Treatment Contact form for Patient
(You may print this form and use the contact information listed on the bottom)
Read Alcoholics Anonymous Online
(Link to Big Book)
There are many publications that can be downloaded or viewed Online at A.A. General Service Office Web Site including the Corrections, Treatment, Public Information Workbooks etc..
Add Flyer to Northern Light
Bulk Rate Mailing
The Area35 Assembly no long maintains a Bulk Rate, Not For Profit, mail permit. We use an outside company to print, address, and mail our Northern Light. We do not have the ability to do bulk rate mailings. We still support including flyers with our Northern Light mailing. See “Adding flyer to the Northern Light”.
Social media websites such as Facebook, Twitter and Linked In provide unique opportunities for colleagues to get to know each other, share experiences and keep in contact. It is important to be aware of the risks associated with using these sites, to act in a manner that does not embarrass yourself and to refrain from sharing your private information publicly. Despite site privacy settings, you should always assume that anything you post Online can never be removed and can be viewed by anyone with an Internet connection, including cyber and traditional criminals as well as identity thieves. Not only does this present a risk to you personally, it can also be a risk to Area 35, AA, and any members on a “friends” list.