Valley Service Center AA
Intergroup Committee for TriValley
You Are Not Alone!
Call the Hotline Number anytime. We are here to talk, answer questions, and share information about Alcoholics Anonymous. Your name will not be shared.
Our Office is staffed with Volunteers and is open only a few times per week. Send an email for information about AA and we will get back to you.
Valley Service Center Alcoholics Anonymous
Who We Are.
What We Do.
The mission of the Service Center is to assist the member Alcoholics Anonymous groups in their primary purpose of carrying the message to the alcoholic who still suffers.
The A.A. groups came first and established the Valley Service Center to be of service to the groups.
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Valley Intergroup Service Center
Support Meeting Groups in the Tri-Valley
“…we aren’t a glum lot. If newcomers could see no joy or fun in our existence, they wouldn’t want it. We absolutley insist on enjoying life.”
Alcoholics Anonymous (Big Book) pg. 132
Be part of the solution and be of service. Volunteers are needed. Click below for more information.
Anyone with a desire to stop drinking is welcome, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, income, or profession. You don’t have to pay anything to attend.
The VSC office maintains a supply of AA conference approved literature including the AA “Big Book” and Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions. Free phamplets for newcomers.
Look here for the latest events happening in Alcoholics Anonymous in Dublin, Livermore, Pleasanton, San Ramon & Sunol.
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Crossroads Birthday Night
Sobriety Milestones 24 hrs – 9 months celebrated each Saturday.
TriValley Fellowship Birthday Night
Big Speaker Meeting Danville
1st Saturday every month. Speaker/ Birthday meeting.
Doors Open at 7:30 pm
30, 60, 90 day, 1 year+ chips
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How Valley Service Center (VSC) Started
The Valley Intergroup Service Council (VISC) was formed by the groups in Dublin, Livermore, Pleasanton, San Ramon, and Sunol to coordinate their
efforts and thus be more effective in their primary purpose: “To Carry the Message.”
The VSC is maintained by the VISC. The VSC mission is to assist member AA groups in their primary purpose of carrying the message to the alcoholic who still suffers. It provides communication between the groups regarding the delivery of the Twelfth Step
message and other local events and activities. (Intergroup Representatives Handbook, Valley Intergroup Service Center of Alcoholics Anonymous, May 2018.)
How has AA changed your life?
I GOT a life! I didn’t know this life was available for someone like me, I’m no one special nor do I have any special skills, and yet for as awesome as it is – I still believe the best is yet to come.”
“Initially, I was indecisive about attending AA meetings: I was used to managing life challenges on my own and couldn’t imagine that sobriety was at all possible. But I have been astonished at all that has changed. When I joined AA, I felt a pervasive sense of stuckness, suffering, isolation, regret, self-pity, and self-sabotage. Over time, I have come to experience a greater sense of peace, physical and mental health, resilience, community, and authenticity in my relationships with others. AA has completely transformed my life for the better, and I am grateful whenever I have the opportunity to give new members the support that was given to me.” ~ Kevin G.
“Initially, I was indecisive about attending AA meetings: I was used to managing life challenges on my own and couldn’t imagine that sobriety was at all possible. But I have been astonished at all that has changed. When I joined AA, I felt a pervasive sense of stuckness, suffering, isolation, regret, self-pity, and self-sabotage. Over time, I have come to experience a greater sense of peace…” ~ Kim G.