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Intergroup Accessibilities Survey

Please help the Intergroup Accessibilities committee
steer their work and priorities for the next year!

Discuss this survey at your next group conscience,
or feel free to complete it as an individual.

Has your meeting information changed?
Here is how to submit your homegroup’s information

  • Email supplying the following information:
    • Group Name
    • Notes (Closed, Open, Big Book, etc.)
    • Day and Time
    • Platform (Zoom, Google Meet, etc.)
    • Meeting IDs / Phone #s
    • Access Codes / Passwords
    • Link (if you have one)

Online Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous has been moved to the Links page.

Online Contributions

Our Seventh Tradition states that we are fully self-supporting, declining outside contributions.

If you are not a member of Alcoholics Anonymous, please do not contribute, as we will not be able to accept it. Thank you.

Follow the logo to our Squarespace site if you wish to make a donation.

We want to make it easier for AA groups and their members to contribute to the Bluegrass Intergroup “…as you trudge the Road of Happy Destiny.”

Phone Orders and Office hours has been moved to the Contact Us page.

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