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Committee Meetings and Sharing Sessions on Zoom
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More about committees and sharing sessions …
What is AA? Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem. It is nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial, apolitical, and available almost everywhere. There are no age or education requirements. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about his or her drinking problem.  A.A.W.S. page “What is AA?”

What is CNCA 06? CNCA is one of six A.A. General Service Areas in California, and geographically encompasses 21,427 square miles of coastal counties from the Oregon border in the north, down to San Luis Obispo County.   [Area Map ]
CNCA serves more than 60,000 AA members in 23 Districts.

Each district’s DCM Chairperson (DCMC) and the District Committee Members (DCMs) of our 153 subdistricts serve over 2,100 registered groups via their General Service Representatives (GSRs). The Districts and the Area communicate through liaisons with the Central Offices/Intergroups within CNCA boundaries, as well as with the autonomous Northern California Hospitals and Institutions Committee.
Sharing Sessions:
  • Literature/Grapevine/La Viña. Open Meeting
  • DCMC (District Committee Meeting Chairs). Closed Meeting. No visitors.
  • DCM Open meeting. (District Committee Members, and all other interested AA members)
Standing Committees are those committees appointed by incoming Area Officers.

  • Finance Committee
  • Interpretation & Translation
  • Website Committee
  • Technology Committee (Newly found)
Sub-Committees are not appointed. The Sub-Committees are made up of their District counterparts having the same District position as the Committee title, and other interested AA members. The Sub-Committees of the Area are:

As stated in the GSR Preamble: “…As trusted servants, our job is to bring information to our groups in order that they can reach an informed group conscience, we are helping to maintain the unity and strength so vital to our fellowship. Let us therefore have the patience and tolerance to listen while others share, the courage to speak when we have something to share, and the wisdom to do what is right for our groups as a whole.”