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North Carolina Alcoholics Anonymous

Area 51

District 32

District 32 CFC Committee


Purpose

The purpose of a correctional facilities committee is to coordinate
the work of individual A.A. members and groups who are interested
in carrying our message of recovery to alcoholics behind the walls,
and to set up means of smoothing the way from the facility to the
larger A.A. community through prerelease contacts.

   - AA Guidelines (CFC)

 

Informational Flyer


Thank you for your interest in corrections service work. This is an exciting way to be of service to the sick and suffering alcoholic.


There are several ways for you to be involved...

  1. Become a Prison Volunteer
  2. Join the CFC Committee
  3. Bring an Inmate to Speak at Your Homegroup
  4. Donate Grapevines
  5. Write letters to an Alcoholic Inmate

Become a Prison Volunteer

 

Durham County Jail

219 South Mangum Street, Durham, NC 27701

Meeting Times

  • Monday 6:00PM - STARR
  • Thursday 7:00PM - STARR

 


Download Durham County Jail Application  and email to cfc@aanc32.org

 

Warren Correctional Institution

379 Collins Rd Manson, NC 27553

Meeting Times

  • Monday 5:30 PM- New Life Group

 

 

Download Warren Correctional Application and email to cfc@aanc32.org

 

 

 

Butner Federal Institution

Old 75 Hwy Butner, NC 27509

Meeting Times

  • Monday 9:30AM - The Camp - 12 Steps to Freedom (Restricted)
  • Monday 12:30 PM - The Low - Freedom From Within Group (Restricted)
  • Monday 2:30 PM - The Deuce
  • Monday 6:30 PM - The Low - Freedom From Within Group (Restricted)
  • Wednesday 8:30 AM - The Hospital
  • Thursday 6:30 PM - The Deuce

 

Download Butner Federal Application and email to cfc@aanc32.org

 

Orange Correctional Center

2110 Clarence Walters Road, Hillsborough, NC 27278

Meeting Times

  • Thursday 6:15 PM - Steps to Freedom Group
  • Thursday 7:30 PM - Steps to Freedom Group
  • Saturday 12:00 PM - Coming of Age Group
  • Saturday 6:30 PM - Coming of Age Group

Email cf@aanc33.org for application

 

 

Caswell Correctional Center

444 County Home Rd, Blanch, NC 27212

Meeting Times

  • Monday 7:00 PM

Email cf@aanc33.org for application

 

 

Dan River Work Farm

981 Murray Rd, Blanch, NC 27212

Meeting Times

  • Monday 8:00 PM

Email cf@aanc33.org for application

 

Chatham County Detention Center

Meeting Times

  • Men's Meeting Coming Soon

Email cf@aanc33.org for details

Application Instructions

There are hundreds of alcoholics behind bars in our area. Many will not have access to AA without a volunteer. Can you give just one hour a month?

  1. Refer to the table above to determine which meeting you would be able to commit to attending
  2. Download the application for the facility that you are committed to bringing a meeting to on a regular basis
  3. Fill out the application
  4. Contact the CFC committee chair at cfc@aanc32.org to arrange for him/her to pick up and turn in your application to the facility (this is done to ensure the greatest likelihood that your application will be approved by the facility's administration).
  5. Wait for your application to be approved

If a few weeks have passed and you have yet to receive approval, please contact the CFC chair as a follow up. We are excited about your commitment to work with alcoholics behind the wall. 

Join the Correction Committee

Attend the monthly CFC meeting and inform the group conscience. Carry information about service opportunities back to your home group. Come check us out! 

When:   First Wednesday of each month at 6:30pm
Where:  Duke Memorial Methodist Church 
             504 West Chapel Hill St, Durham, NC


Have an Inmate to Speak at Your Home Group

Currently incarcerated AAs can be brought to your home group to share their powerful message of hope and recovery under difficult circumstances.


Donate Grapevines

Inmates have lots of time to read and will greatly appreciate your used Grapevines or those of your entire homegroup.

 

Write letters to an Alcoholic Inmate

If you would like to share your experience, strength and hope with an alcoholic in jail then download and read the pamphlete below. Fill it out, mail it in and GSO will send you the name and contact information of an alcohlic so that you can correspond with them.

Correspondence Application

GSO Corrections Literature

Corrections Workbook

Send inquiries to:
cfc@aanc32.org
(or mail to our mailing address)

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