Contact A.A. in West Virginia:
Area 73 is composed of committees responsible for various service areas throughout West Virginia. The following list provides descriptions and contact information for each. Click the email link corresponding to the service area that may help you the best.
Accessibilities and Treatment
Facilitates A.A. meetings inside treatment facilities and other non-correctional institutions. Helps administrators and staff understand A.A. traditions, including that of anonymity. Also "bridges the gap" for individuals coming into A.A. from these types of facilities.
Cooperation with the Professional Community:
Shares information about A.A. with professional groups and individuals who are in contact with alcoholics through their careers (eg: clergy, healthcare, and legal professionals) with the goal of facilitating understanding and cooperation between professionals, professional organizations, and A.A.
Works with the Area Committee and DCMs ensuring the business of Area 73 is carried out in such a way to continue to carry the message to the Alcoholic that still suffers. Chairs the assembly, announcing the business at-hand, and maintains order throughout the meeting.
Works closely with the Area Delegate and is prepared to fill the Delegate position when circumstance warrant. Aids in dissemination of information from the General Service Office and the General Service Conference. Serves as the 800 phone service contact for the area, maintaining a current list of volunteers willing to talk to those calling the 800 number in need of help.
Recording secretary is the clearing house of Area 73 information including the Area 73 Handbook, past assembly actions, and service materials available from the General Service Office. Responsible for taking and disseminating the minutes of area assemblies.
If you are unsure of which committee to contact, please fill out the form below and it will be routed to appropriate personnel
For immediate assistance, please call 800-333-5051.