Service Opportunities

AA Service Positions: What They Do & Why They're Important

Being in service to others, can change you and help keep you sober. 

Newly sober (less than 6 months) or with a few years of sobriety, it is suggested that you get a service commitment. So what are these Service positions? What do they do and who do I talk to about Volunteer opportunities?

Click Here  to view a list of “Volunteer jobs” at Groups

and more information on how you can get into Service.

Answer Hotline Calls

The 2022 Hotline is an automated phone answering system that routes incoming calls directly to the personal phones of volunteers. This makes it convenient for AA members to take a call without being in our office.

Using the information on this website, volunteers field calls about upcoming meetings and events. We are available 24 hours a day to help people learn about AA for either themselves, or a family member. Crisis calls received may need a call back from a volunteer on the 12 Step Call List of AA members. 

View the Instructions for Volunteers – Click here

How it Works: 

Two people cover each of the 2 hour times slots listed below:

Mornings: 8-10, 10-12

Afternoons: 12-2, 2-4, 4-6, 

Evenings: 6-10, 10-12, Midnight to 8am

To join the Hotline Team, complete this form – Click Here

For more information: Email:

Join the 12 Step Call List

When someone calls our Hotline and needs a call back from someone in recovery…we go to this list.

The list is a collection of information about men and women who are willing to respond to the person who has called AA for help—day or night. These are men and women who believe it is very important to give back what was so freely given to them. 

HOW IT WORKS: When a calls comes in, you would receive the name and phone number of the person who needs help in your area. Men are assigned to men and women to women. You would call back and start the ball rolling from there.

QUALIFICATIONS: Willingness to help a human being suffering from our disease is the most essential ingredient. It’s also suggested that you have at least one year of sobriety.

PRIVACY: The hotline will give you the phone number of the caller: Your number will NEVER be given to the crisis caller.  

Complete the form to Sign Up to Volunteer  – Click here

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A.A members from a Home Group, take weekly men’s and women’s meetings into the nearby recovery centers, committing to do this service for an upcoming month.

To learn more about H & I commitments and how you can be a part of bringing a meeting to a struggling alcoholic, contact: Marcine R.

What are the Locations for these Meetings?

Click here for a list of the Hospitals and Institutions we currently participate with.

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The service provided by our Intergroup Reps is vital to keeping all AA Homegroups and Members updated and informed about AA as a whole, and specific to the Cape Atlantic region of AA.

Intergroup Rep are AA members in service; they attend monthly meetings hosted by the CAIG service panel and committee members and share the news and updates with the members of their Homegroups.

Please come out to the monthly meeting if you are interested!  This meeting is also on Zoom. Contact our Chairperson to learn more: Chairperson: Damon B.


Join the CAIG Steering Committee

CAIG has committees looking for volunteers to be in service. You can assist with a variety of tasks and put your talents into action. Here are the current OPEN positions where you can be of service:

Please come out to the monthly meeting if you are interested!  Contact our Chairperson to learn more: Damon B.