Pleasant Hill Group
Caldwell Correctional Center
480 Pleasant Hill Road, Lenoir
Meets Tuesday and Thursday at 6:30 p.m.
Going Home Sober Group
Catawba Correctional Center
1347 Prison Camp Rd, Newton
Meets Wednesday at 9:00 a.m.
Correctional meetings require special application and training to be completed prior to attending.
There is a real need for more volunteers for this important service work!
Download a copy of the Volunteer application here.
Have old Grapevines lying around? Correctional Facilities love Grapevines!!
Please contact our Correctional Facilities Coordinator at email@example.com or 828-260-9221 for more information on donating literature or becoming a volunteer!
Detox Facility Meetings
Frye South Campus
415 N Center St, Ste 3, Hickory
Meets Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. and Saturday at 10:00 a.m.
Catawba Valley Medical Center (7th Floor)
810 Fairgrove Church Rd SE, Hickory
Meets Friday at 3:00 p.m.
RHA Behavioral Health
2415 Morganton Blvd SW, Lenoir
Meets Tuesday and Friday at 7:00 p.m.
Currently there are openings for volunteers at Catawba Valley in Hickory and RHA in Lenoir. Detox meetings require prior notice before attending. Please contact our Treatment Facilities Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The AA Grapevine is the international journal of Alcoholics Anonymous. Written, edited, illustrated, and read by AA members and others interested in the AA program of recovery from alcoholism, the Grapevine is a lifeline linking one alcoholic to another.
Often referred to as our "meeting in print," the AA Grapevine communicates the experience, strength, and hope of its contributors and reflects a broad geographic spectrum of current AA experience with recovery, unity, and service. Founded in 1944, the Grapevine does not receive group contributions, but is supported entirely through magazine subscription sales and additional income derived from the sale of Grapevine items.
The awareness that every AA member has an individual way of working the program permeates the pages of the Grapevine, and throughout its history the magazine has been a forum for the varied and often divergent opinions of AAs around the world. As such, articles are not intended to be statements of AA policy, nor does publication of any article imply endorsement by either AA or the Grapevine.
As Bill W. expressed it in 1946, "The Grapevine will be the voice of the Alcoholics Anonymous movement. Its editors and staff will be primarily accountable to the AA movement as a whole. . . . Within the bounds of friendliness and good taste, the Grapevine will enjoy perfect freedom of speech on all matters directly pertaining to Alcoholics Anonymous. . . . Like the Alcoholics Anonymous movement it is to mirror, there will be but one central purpose: The Grapevine will try to carry the AA message to alcoholics and practice the AA principles in all its affairs."
To learn more about how to submit your own story or artwork, read the guidelines for submissions here.
Grapevine is available in print, online, and as a mobile app! Visit the website here.
The Grapevine store also has books available which are collections of stories from the magazine on different topics. There are also calendars and other media items for sale. Visit the Grapevine Store here.
La Vina is the Spanish-language version of the Grapevine. It is published 6 times per year. It follows the same guidelines as the Grapevine but contains material submitted by Spanish-speaking members of the fellowship. - La Viña es la versión en español del Grapevine. Se publica 6 veces al año. Sigue las mismas pautas que el Grapevine, pero contiene material presentado por miembros de la comunidad que hablan español.
Para visitar el sitio web de La Viña, por favor haga clic aquí
Para suscribirse a La Vina, por favor haga clic aquí.
For more information about Grapevine or La Vina, please contact our Grapevine Coordinator at email@example.com.
Cooperation with the Professional Community/Public Information (CPC/PI)
This service committee helps to educate the professional community and the public at large about Alcoholics Anonymous' purpose. We are an anonymous fellowship and not a secret society. It involves talking to or giving information to doctors, counselors, lawyers, law enforcement, and the general public; letting them know what A.A. does and does not do.
To get involved in this service work, please contact our CPC/PI Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.