What is the 12 Step List?
This list contains the AA members who are willing to have their names and phone numbers listed for 12 Step calls.
Listings are by area of the city and home group.
The list is used by phone monitors when a caller needs to talk with another alcoholic.
You may talk with them a short time or for a long time. Or, with another AA friend*, you may meet them for a coffee, take them to a meeting, or visit them in their home.
You list your available times and what parts of the city you are willing to travel to.
A car is helpful but not necessary.
How to sign up
Submit this application online or download and return this application form to Central Service Office or to your Intergroup Representative. Once you are on the list, any changes you want to make just call Central Service Office and ask for Mathew or resubmit this form online.
* Never go on a 12 Step Call on your own.
What are Midnight Monitors?
These are people willing to take calls between 11:00 at night and 8:30 in the morning. Their phone numbers are given to the answering service who forwards calls, on rotation, directly to them during that time. It usually involves only talking & listening, and occasionally getting someone on the 12 Step list to call them back the next day.