The primary purpose of a Treatment Committee is to carry the A.A. message to the alcoholic who still suffers.
There is probably no better place for an A.A. member to find a suffering alcoholic than in a treatment facility or outpatient treatment setting. According to the A.A. 2014 Membership Survey, 32% of our members cited treatment facilities as a factor most responsible for them coming to A.A. Carrying the message to alcoholics in treatment is basic Twelfth Step work — sharing experience, strength, and hope — giving it away in order to keep it!
Some A.A. members may be apprehensive about doing this kind of Twelfth Stepping. If they stick to the basics of the A.A. program, their efforts will be successful and rewarding. To quote Chapter 7 of the Big Book: “Practical experience shows that nothing will so much insure immunity from drinking as intensive work with other alcoholics. It works when other activities fail....Carry this message to other alcoholics! You can help when no one else can. You can secure their confidence when others fail.”
1. CenTex Alcoholic Rehabilitation Center
2410 E Adams Ave, Temple, TX
7pm Wednesday night AA Meeting - Open/Men &Women/Discussion/Non-Smoking/Treatment Facility
Working with alumni, encouraging them to attend outside AA meetings.
For information contact: Mark B. 512-632-7600
2. Virtue Recovery Center
5200 S WS Young Dr. Killeen, TX
7pm Monday - Wednesday Night AA Meetings - Closed/Men & Women/Literature and Discussion/Non-smoking/Treatment Facility
Members facilitate meetings and work one-on-one with clients.
If you want to be involved, contact: Jim N 701-552-1383
3. AMIOP (Addiction Medicine Intensive Outpatient Program)
Darnall Hospital, Fort Hood, TX
11am Tuesdays & Thursdays AA Meetings – Closed/Men & Women/ Literature and Discussion/Non-smoking/Treatment Facility
All slots for outside AA's are filled.
If you have any questions, contact: Jim N. 701-552-1383
These pages are not endorsed nor approved by Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc.. It is provided by District 5 of South West Texas Area 68 Alcoholics Anonymous, to reach out to the alcoholic who still suffers, through both specific information to the A.A. community and general information to the public about the A.A. program of recovery.
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