We will be closed May 29, 2017 for Memorial Day. Please have a safe and sober holiday and we will see you Tuesday.
The 2017 Spring & Summer Metroplex Directories have arrived. Come pick yours up today! We’re open until 5 p.m. ***Please note that we will be closed Monday, May 1st for Inventory.
Thank you for your patience.
The office will be closed Monday, May 1st for inventory. In order to have an accurate new QuickBook company file, we need an accurate inventory count. We will not take orders or sales of any kind during this time, but we will be open on Tuesday as usual. The phones will be answered by a volunteer as always.
Thank you for your understanding and we hope this will cause no inconvenience for you.
Exciting changes are happening for the DIA Speaker Committee. In order to facilitate a stronger sense of Fellowship, we are amending how the Speaker Committee works with groups. We want to enhance the Speaker Committee experience by increasing one-on-one opportunities for working with another alcoholic.
Here’s what’s new: When an A.A. group member calls to request Speakers, the Office will give that person 4 names from the updated Speaker list. The group member responsible for getting speakers will then contact the names to check availability and schedule the commitment. Each request will be given a different set of 4 names to avoid double bookings. This is an excellent opportunity to build a group’s speaker list as well.
If you need a speaker call the office as usual and we will give you the names. If you would like to be a part of the Speaker Committee fill out the volunteer form on the website making sure to mark speaker as one of your volunteer choices.
If you wish to stay on our Speaker Committee please answer the simple yes or no question being sent to update the present volunteer list. We do need volunteers.
If you need more information or have any questions please call the office at 214-887-6699. We will be happy to help.
Thank you for your support and continuous service to the Dallas Intergroup.
“When anyone, anywhere, reaches out for help I want the hand of A.A. always to be there.”