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East Bay Intergroup Announcements

Announcements

Workshop for alcoholism, AUD, and AA

Reaching those that have first contact.

Healthcare professionals are often the first point of contact for the suffering alcoholic, yet their training in this area has drastically decreased. It’s important they know how AA can help. Outreach to the healthcare community can save millions of alcoholics.
Find out how you and your Home Group can get involved.

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40th Annual Women’s Symposium

Planning Committee meetings starting 1/27/2024, 8:30am, subsequent 4th Saturdays till the event on 8/3/2024Zoom: 827 8072 1552 PW:1984Urgent need for website monitor and many other

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Bridging the Gap Committees

Bridging the Gap

Service in Action Bridging The Gap Bridging the Gap The local Bridging the Gap program, or BTG, connects new members being discharged from a facility

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WhatsApp for Alcoholics

WhatsApp

East Bay Intergroup now has a WhatsApp Group. Join our forum where we engage in discussions centered around AA Unity, Service, and Recovery in the

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Information

The primary purpose of East Bay Intergroup is to help inform the greater community about A.A. and alcoholism so that those who need help can find recovery from alcoholism. 

East Bay Intergroup is an organization created and sustained by A.A. groups in the San Francisco East Bay.

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“In AA, we discover that it is impossible to give without receiving, or receive without giving.”

The First Helpline in the East Bay;
“In October 1941,

Pauline G., nonalcoholic wife of AA member Ralph G. became the AA “Oakland Group ” Corresponding Secretary, she installed a telephone in her home, offering day and night service to AA members and the suffering Alcoholic”.

Service statement.
Responsibility of service activities is placed at the group’s level, and all service center activities are guided by the Twelve Traditions and the Groups’ will and conscience. Unity of purpose, thought, and deed is of primary importance in all East Bay Intergroup actions.
The continued advancement of the A.A. Program through the performance of service work is the ultimate objective of the East Bay Intergroup Service members.