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Opportunities for service

Telephone service: 
workshops are held at 7.30pm on the first Monday of each month at 1 Raven Wharf SE1 2LR. The entrance is on the corner of Queen Elizabeth Street. The sobriety requirement is 12 months and you may just turn up on the day. For more information, call 0207 407 0700 or email sso@btconnect.com

Chat now: carry the message online to the stil suffering alcoholic, contact ecomm.ln@aamail.org

Online response team: answering AA's email queries - for more information ORTadmin@alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk 

Vacancies at London Region North: There are various service positions at regional level. Ror more information about what roles are available and how to get involved, email  secretary.ln@aamail.org

Foreign language speakers: Those willing to help carry the message and twelfth-step in other languages, call the Southern Service Office on 0207 407 0700 or email sso@btconnect.com. Lists are currently kept of potential twelfth-steppers in the following languages: Amharic, Arabic, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Creole, Croatian, Dutch, Farsi, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Italian, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Punjabi, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, and Urdu.

If you have experience of the armed services and are willing to do this 12 step work please contact the Southern Service Office on 0207 407 0700 or email sso@btconnect.com

To find out about doing service in prisons, call the Southern Service Office on 020 7407 0700 or email sso@btconnect.com and ask for details of the prison liaison officer in charge of service at the prison you would like to do service at

This we owe to AA's future
to place our common welfare first 
to keep our fellowship united 
For on AA's future depends our lives and the lives of those to come
When anyone, anywhere reaches out for help,
I want the hand of AA to be there, and for that I am responsible.