Dayton Intergroup is an association of representatives from any official AA meeting within its area. The area covered is Xenia, Ohio west to the Indiana State line. The southern border runs through Middletown. The area extends north to Troy. Within this area there are more than 400 meetings per week at 160 locations.
The purpose of Intergroup is to support the activities of the individual groups through 11 committees:
Central Office (maintaining a bookstore and providing telephone contact for people seeking help)
Archives (preserving our history)
Unity (monthly publication of area information for AA members)
Public Information and Professional Relations (speakers, etc. to non-AA groups or institutions)
Corrections (services to prison inmates and judicial programs)
Treatment Facilities (sponsoring meetings in treatment facilities and providing contact for persons leaving treatment programs
Hearing Impaired (provides signers for hearing impaired members)
Mobile Meetings (taking meetings to homebound members)
General Service Representative (coordinates with other Intergroups)
Grapevine and Literature (provides information about literature available to members and groups)
Special Events (annual fall breakfast and annual spring banquet)
Membership (introduces new Intergroup Representatives to Intergroup purpose, structure and activities
Each committee is Chaired by an AA member with significant sobriety.
Officers of Intergroup are:
Each meeting in the area has the right to elect a representative to Intergroup.
All decisions are reached by means of a group conscience.
Dayton Intergroup meets on the second Thursday of each month at 8:00 pm.
Meetings are held at St. Johns Lutheran Church, 141 S. Ludlow, Dayton, Ohio
All AA members are invited to attend.