H.V.A.I. and District 4 of Washtenaw County Service Committees
To volunteer or Exchange Information with any committee, send an Email to the appropriate committee from the list below.
H. V. A. I. MEETING: 1 PM 1st Presbyterian Church basement, 300 N. Washington St., Ypsilanti 48197
(use office door- 3rd Sat. of ea. month). ZOOM meeting in emergency situations.
|HVAI Chairperson, Pres.||Fred C.|
|HVAI Co-Chair, V.P.||John R|
|HVAI Treasurer||Deb C.|
|HVAI Secretary||Tabitha B.|
|District 4 Liaison||Greg H.|
DISTRICT 4: MEETING, 7PM Calvary Methodist Church, 1415 Miller, Ann Arbor, 48103 ( 3rd Mon. of ea. month).
ZOOM meeting in emergency situations.
Nominations for many positions will occur at the December meeting. Elections will be held at the January 2022 meeting.
Positions available are: Secretary and Alternate Secretary; CPC; Women's Correction; Public Info.; Accessibility; HVAI Liaison; MCYPAA Liaison -- see descriptions of these positions below. MCYPAA (Young people in AA): The Liasion attends District 4 meetings to ensure young people events are communicated to GSR's, the District and the recovering community.
|District 4 DCM||Sherri L.|
|District 4 Alt. DCM||Gary S.|
|District 4 Treasurer||Russ W. & Aylin S.|
|HVAI 4 Liaison||Paul W.|
|District 4 Secretary||Steven M.|
Gathers and maintains historical material about the fellowship in our area. This material consists of group histories, pictures, books, articles, buttons and Grapevines. Email: email@example.com
Cooperation with the Professional Community (CPC) HVAI chairperson:Open.-- District Chairperson: Emily Jo M.
Informs professionals about A.A.- what we can do and what we cannot do. Enables better communication between A.A.'s and professionals to find productive and creative ways of cooperating without affiliation. The professional community may include physicians, clergy, judges, therapists and probation officers or any other professional who comes into contact with an alcoholic. Email: For firstname.lastname@example.org
Correctional Facilities: HVAI Chairperson: Sandy E. -- District 4 Chairpersons: Ann B. (Women's), Dick T. (Men's)
Coordinates the work of individual A.A. members, groups, and entities who are interested in carrying our message of recovery to alcoholics behind the walls. This may include conducting meetings in a prison, providing literature to inmates and coordinating an interim sponsor program. Email: email@example.com
Grapevine: HVAI Chairperson: Bryan M.-- District 4 Chairperson: Molly L.
Communicates between the Grapevine and the fellowship and brings grass-roots opinions to the Grapevine staff so they can better serve the Fellowship. Promotes awareness and support of Grapevine through subscriptions.
Helpline: HVAI Chairperson: Ann S.
The first contact many people have with alcoholics anonymous and local volunteers. Trains and recruits volunteers to staff the helpline 7 days a week.
Newsletter: HVAI Newsletter Chairperson: Open
If you want to submit articles or information to the newsletter send an email to the chairperson by following the email link below. The monthly newsletters can be viewed and printed from the News page. If you have special needs, direct your request to the Chairman.
Public Information (PI): HVAI Chairperson: Dave S.-- District 4 Chairperson: Kayla H.
Carries the A.A. message and information about the fellowship to the public. This includes working with the HelpLine Services and Production of a Printed Local Meeting Directory. The monthly Committee meeting is held at at 2:pm on the 3rd Saturday of each Month (follows the H.V.A.I. Business Meeting).
Accessibility: HVAI Chairperson: Venus D.. -- District 4 Chairperson:Robyn R.
Carries the A.A. message and information about the fellowship to those who are blind or visually impaired; deaf or hearing impaired; chronically ill or home bound; and those with limited reading skills. Committee members explore, develop and offer alternatives to get the A.A. message to everyone who reaches out for it.
Treatment Facilities: HVAI Chairperson: Sean A.-- District 4 Chairperson: Patrick W.
Encourages A.A. members to assume responsibility for carrying the message into hospitals and treatment facilities.
A state-wide contact list for people in treatment is being developed. Bridges the gap through workshops and working with treatment center staff to establish beginners meetings and direct the flow of patients to A.A. meetings.
Paul M. is our Webmaster. Our goal is to maintain a secure internet presence for Huron Valley Area Intergroup, District 4, and Alcoholics Anonymous in order to share resources and contact information, as suggested by the AA guidelines and traditions. Our primary purpose is to serve the needs of the alcoholic who still suffers, and to their friends, family and professionals who wish to help them. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our primary purpose is to carry the AA message
through the HelpLine, Committee Action & AA literature.
We wish to thank the local AA groups and those individual AA members that support the
Huron Valley Area Intergroup.
HELPLINE: (734) 482-5700
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