Northern Colorado
Area Intergroup

Get Help or Info 24/7

970-224-3552

Upcoming Events

2024

April

April 28th District 21 Bridging the Gap Training Workshop in Fort Collins, 2:30 PM on Zoom and @ 301 E Drake

May

May 9th Spring into Sobriety Hike at Bobcat Ridge Natural Area 10184 Co Rd 32C, Loveland, CO 80538 (Meet at the Trail Map Kiosk)

May 31-June 2nd Area 76 Convention in Cheyenne, WY @ Little America, 2800 West Lincolnway

June

July

July 4-7th International 64th ICYPAA Conference in Austin, TX @ JW Marriot

July 12-14th Summer Assembly in Grand Junction @ DoubleTree by Hilton Grand Junction, 743 Horizon Dr

July 25-28th Fellowship of the Spirit Conference in Estes Park

August

August 16-18th Area 10 State Convention in Pueblo @ Pueblo Convention Center, 320 Central Main St

September

October

October 11-13th SWRAASA in Richardson, TX @ Renaissance Dallas Richardson Hotel, 900 E Lookout Dr

November

November 1-3rd Winter Assembly in Greenwood Village @ DoubleTree by Hilton Greenwood Village DTC, 7801 E Orchard Rd

2025

July

July 3-6th International AA Convention in Vancouver BC, Canada

 

“Unity is the glue that holds the intergroup/central offices and general services together, but it is communication that jumpstarts mutual cooperation and harmony—vital both in reaching suffering alcoholics and in being attuned to the needs of those who are recovering in A.A. Many local intergroups produce their own flyers or information pieces. Also, the General Service Office publishes Guidelines and other service material that share the accumulated experience of intergroups and central offices in the United States-Canada and worldwide. These define an intergroup as “an A.A. service office that involves partnership among groups in a community—just as A.A. groups themselves are partnerships of individuals. It is established to carry out functions which are best handled by a centralized office…. It exists to aid the groups in their common purpose of carrying the Alcoholics Anonymous message to the alcoholic who still suffers.”