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District 5 AA

Serving Central Oregon, Including: Bend, Burns, Chemult, Culver, John Day, LaPine, Madras, Metolius, Mt. Vernon, Prineville, Redmond, Sisters, Sunriver, Terrebonne, Tumalo, & Warm Springs 

Contact Us

District 5 Officers:    
 
DCM:  (435) 612-2449 Brad L dcm@district5aa.org
Alt. DCM: Bonnie C altdcm@district5aa.org
District Secretary:  Lisa Hdistrictsecretary@district5aa.org
District Treasurer:            Tricia M            treasurer@district5aa.org
Committee Chairs:    
Archives:Valorie R  archives@district5aa.org
Correction Facilities:Walt Wcorrectionfacilities@district5aa.org
Grapevine:  Mike Cgrapevine@district5aa.org
CPC: Brenna L           cpc@district5aa.org
Public Information (PI) :Donn C pi@district5aa.org
Treatment Facilities (CTF) :Curt Rctf@district5aa.org
Website:  John Pwebmaster@district5aa.org
 

District 5 Contact Information

The local district , which communicates directly with the groups, providing the district group conscience for the area assemblies, and serving as a link between the area delegates and the G.S.R.s.

District 5, P. O. Box 7241,Bend, OR 97708

Area 58 Contact Information

The area committee , which coordinates vital A.A. activities over a broad geographic area; sends a delegate to the annual General Service Conference; holds area assemblies to determine the needs of the Fellowship; and provides information at all levels of service.

Area 58 Treasury, 1900 NE 3rd Street, Suite 106-172, Bend, OR 97701

Area 58 Website

Central Oregon Intergroup Contact Information

Central Oregon Intergroup, Inc. (Intergroup) is a nonprofit public interest corporation organized for the purpose of providing and encouraging mutual support and cooperation between the Alcoholics Anonymous (A.A.) groups/meetings – hereinafter referred to as “Groups” – in Central Oregon. Its sole function is to aid the A.A. Groups in their common purpose of carrying the A.A. message to the alcoholic who still suffers.  

COIGAA, 337 W. Antler, Suite B, Redmond, OR 97756 (541) 923-8199

COIGAA Website

General Service Office Contact Information

A.A.’s General Service Office functions as a storehouse of A.A. information, communicating with members and groups around the world; publishes A.A.’s literature; and supplies information and experience to professionals and others interested in the disease of alcoholism.

A.A.General Service Office, P.O. Box 459, Grand Central Station, New York, New York 10163

More information on the General Service Office and how to contact them.

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541-548-0440

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Being of service and carrying the message are an important part of sobriety.

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Contact your group's General Service Reps (GSR), or get in touch with the District Committee Members (DCM).

DCM:  Brad L                             dcm@district5aa.org

Alt. DCM:  Bonnie C                  altdcm@district5aa.org

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