Service Page

Service to alcoholics and to AA is a vital part of what keeps us sober. We make new friendships with sober members‚ learn from them‚ and enjoy a new dimension of fellowship. And after being of service for a while‚ we no longer want to be anywhere else!

In addition to the service positions available in meetings‚ working with others can take many forms. Here are the service groups in Napa County in which you can get involved.

Bridging the Gap – Under review

Statement of Purpose
Bridging the Gap is a General Service sub-committee that supports that very important first step for alcoholics who have just been released from a hospital‚ treatment center or correctional facility. By providing a temporary contact‚ Bridging the Gap helps newcomers make the transition to Alcoholics Anonymous in his or her home community.

Members of Alcoholics Anonymous‚ usually in pairs‚ meet the patients or inmates after release and accompany them to their first A.A. meeting. As in all 12-step work‚ this activity is strictly voluntary.

How do I get involved? 
Bridging the Gap is currently in need of a Chairperson for this committee. Use the contact information listed below if you are interested in getting involved.

Where do you meet? ?????

What positions are available?
We’re always looking for volunteers to fill our phone list. When someone requests our service‚ we provide them with a volunteer to take them to their first A.A. meeting. We try to have a volunteer available who is someone around their age and gender‚ who lives in their neighborhood‚ who can take them to the volunteer’s home group‚ introduce them to the fellowship and make them feel welcome and at home. It is usually a one-time commitment‚ and as in all 12-step work‚ should be done in pairs. To be a volunteer‚ it is suggested that you have at least 6 months sobriety and a working knowledge of the twelve steps.

There are also service positions available on the committee. These service positions include chair and alternate chair positions‚ recording secretary‚ phone coordinators‚ Intergroup liaison‚ H & I liaison and presentation teams.

Contact: Jeff D. 

District 11 – More info to follow

Hospitals and Institutions – Under review

Statement of Purpose
The purpose of the Hospital and Institution Committee of the Northern California Council of Alcoholics Anonymous is to carry the message of Alcoholics Anonymous to the alcoholic who is confined. The activities of this Committee are based on‚ and governed by‚ the Twelve Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous.

How do I get involved?

You can volunteer to be an H & I Representative at an AA meeting and attend the monthly H&I business meeting
You can also attend the H&I Business meeting even if you’re not a rep.

Where do you meet?  ???

What positions are available?
AA members with at least 6 months of sobriety and a working knowledge of the steps can serve as speakers.

Contact Information  ????
Napa Valley Intergroup – Approved

Statement of Purpose

Napa County Intergroup Fellowship is a service body directly responsible to the A.A. groups of Napa County. Its primary purpose is to meet the needs of the A.A. groups and to provide services as required.

The monthly Intergroup meeting provides an opportunity for Intergroup representatives to share group experience and problems‚ and to keep their groups informed about other service activities in the Napa Valley AA community.

Intergroup publishes our Meeting Directory‚ our newsletter The Link published quarterly, facilitates the AA hotline, coordinates the monthly Birthday Meeting, provides a resource for AA literature to our groups, manages the website  and oversees the NVIG budget. During the winter holiday season‚ NVIG sponsors Alkathons-24 hour continuous meetings and fellowship‚ on Thanksgiving‚ Christmas‚ and New Year’s Day.
How do I get involved?
You can get involved by becoming an Intergroup Representative for your meeting‚ if it doesn’t have one. It is suggested that an Intergroup Rep have one year of sobriety and be able to attend the monthly Intergroup meeting. You can also be involved by participating in one of the Intergroup committees. You may contact all of the current Intergroup Committee members through our Contact Us page.

Where do you meet?
Intergroup meets on the second Saturday of each month at 10:00am. All are welcome.

Cross Walk Community Church                                                                          2590 First Street                                                                                                  Napa CA 94558

Contact information:

Jenna B.


PI/CPC Public Information / Cooperation with the Professional Community – Approved

Statement of Purpose

The purpose of Public Information (PI) service work is to provide accurate A.A. information to the public when requested. The PI Committee carries the message by getting in touch with the media, schools, industry, and other organizations, emphasizing our Traditions of anonymity, singleness of purpose and non-affiliation, as well as offering A.A. public service announcements to radio and television stations.

Cooperation with the Professional Community (CPC) – Members of the CPC Committee provide information about A.A. to those who have contact with Alcoholics Anonymous through their profession. Our contacts include religious organizations (clergy and staff), judiciary (parole officers, judges, lawyers, police, and probation departments), the medical profession (doctors, nurses, and other health professionals), education (teachers, professional schools), and human resource professionals.

How Do I Get Involved?

We invite any AA member with two years of continuous sobriety and a working knowledge of the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous to get involved by attending our monthly business meeting.

Where do you meet?

The Napa District 11 PI/CPC business meeting is the third Sunday of each month at 6:30pm and our Speaker Training Session for new speakers is at 7:30pm at the Napa Resource and Recovery Center.

Napa Resource and Recovery Center
2407 California Street, corner of Lincoln and California.
Napa‚ CA

What positions are available?

Speakers for the Drinking and Driving Program (DDP)

AA Pamphlet distribution

Committee members to support outreach

We train speakers because speaking at “non AA” events is different than chairing an AA meeting. Speaker training follows our monthly meeting.


NAPYPAA  Under Review:

NAPYPAA (Napa Young People in Alcoholics Anonymous)

Statement of Purpose

In February of 2016 Napa Young People in Alcoholics Anonymous (NAPYPAA) was re-established to carry the message of Alcoholics Anonymous to the alcoholic who is still suffering. We are a service committee who serves the young and young at heart. The disease of alcoholism and addiction has no age requirement or limit, nor do we. Our purpose is to welcome new comers and involve them in something greater than themselves. We host AA meetings and events to show the fun isn’t over once you get sober. We are also here to support the Napa fellowship and other YPAA’s, which helps strengthen unity within the group and beyond.

How Do I Get Involved?

Anyone who identifies as an A.A. member and has a desire to stop drinking can become a member. Attend two consecutive business meetings to become a member at large. Becoming a member at large gives the right to vote. Annual elections for Chair positions take place following the ACYPAA (All of California Young People in Alcoholics Anonymous) Round-Up between February and April. Members and non-members can stand for positions during elections.

Where do you meet?

The NAPYPAA business meeting is the first and third Sunday of each month from 5:30pm to 6:30pm.

Napa Resource and Recovery Center

2407 California Blvd #4, Napa, CA

What positions are available? For the most up to date list of available positions please attend the bi-monthly business meeting. Open positions will be read at the start of the meeting.

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