We thank you for visiting our site. The District 1 Corrections Committee has service commitments at several facilities where it is common to find suffering alcoholics. We have the privilege of being allowed into these facilities to hold AA meetings with some of the residents of these facilities.
We provide this service for two main reasons:
1.) To carry the message of Alcoholics Anonymous to the suffering alcoholic inside these facilities, to offer hope where there has been no hope.
2.) To provide service positions for sober members of Alcoholics Anonymous, where a recovering member could grow spiritually through service to others as outlined in the 3 legacies of Alcoholics Anonymous.
These service opportunities are available to all sober members of Alcoholics Anonymous inside Pinellas County. We have many opportunities for male and female members to individually become approved to bring AA meetings into these institutions on a regular basis. We have opportunities for your entire homegroup to be of service bringing AA meetings to a facility. We also have opportunities to be of service on our committee, behind the scenes, with the folks that make all of this possible.
We encourage you to browse our site and find an opportunity that appeals to you or your homegroup and follow the instructions on how to get involved.
All are welcome to attend the District 1 Corrections Committee every month. We meet at the Central Office of Intergroup at:
We meet at 6:30 pm on the second Monday of every month.
Alcoholics Anonymous is not affiliated in any way with any of these facilities, but we are required to follow all of the rules and guidelines of these facilities if we are to have the privilege of being welcomed into them.