Bill and Bob, AA Founders

To Keep it...

You Have to Give it Away!

Sobriety is a team sport. Helping others or giving service is one of the mainstays of recovery. And it is more than just a good idea. Research published within the last few years shows that its more than a good idea, it actually makes a difference.


Female volunteers are urgently needed 1 or 2 times a month for the Wednesday 6:00pm meetings at the Curry Lane Jail. Training provided. Please read the testimonials below to see what current volunteers have to say about their experiences!

Volunteer Appreciation

From a recent speech at a Volunteer Appreciation dinner at Oshkosh Correctional Institution

You always hear stories of ex-cons reoffending after their initial confinement and coming back to prison, either on revocation or a new charge. But you never hear of the percentage of inmates that get released and become successful business owners, entrepreneurs, family men and productive members of society. Unless we take this time we have here to try and better ourselves and change our thought process, we will be released into society with the same criminal mind set we had when we arrived. Without the right tools, we can't fix the problems that got us here to begin with.

You are the ones that make it possible for our success. Because you believe in us, we believe in ourselves. You take the time of your busy lives to provide us with tools of educations, religion, religion, recreation, spiritual guidance and many other opportunities that will enable our success upon our release. You make it possible for us to have a second chance at life.

I have participated in AA and NA at one time. Upon my release, I plan on being a part of the percentage of inmates that become successful. I'm using this time as an opportunity to better myself spiritually, mentally and physically. You have helped me turn my life around and helped me accomplish something I could not do on my own. I colould'n do it without the help of all of you that are here today. I'd like to thank every single one of you for helping me reach the serenity I couldn't reach on my own.


Corrections Volunteers Urgently Needed
Discover How Rewarding 12th Step Work Can Be!

Women, please contact Theresa D.


Women's Meeting Locations and Times
Huber Jail: Tuesdays 5:15 PM
Curry Lane: Wednesday 6:00 PM

Men, please contact Adam B.


Men's Meeting Locations and Times
Curry Lane: Wednesday and Sunday 6:30 PM
Huber Jail: Sunday 5:30 PM

More Information

AA Jail Volunteer Experiences Jail Volunteer Application Form
*Please return the application form to the corrections chairperson

Help Keep Green Bay Area
Central Office Open

1270 Main St, Green Bay, WI 54302
It is time - We Need Your Help!

It is time for all fellow members of the AA community to step up and help save the Green Bay Area Central Office from closing. The GBACO is seriously suffering from the lack of volunteers and support that aid in its daily operations. It is also suffering from a decline in financial support.

The Central Office is open Tuesday thru Friday from 10:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., and 10:00 a.m. to 2:00p.m. on Saturdays. Volunteers are asked to fill a morning or afternoon shift. Shifts are maintained from volunteers, who sign up in advanced to ensure a smooth continuous operation. The shortage of volunteers is taxing the core supporters and is creating voids in the schedule. If we could get one new volunteer from each group in the area the problem would disappear.

One of most significant duties that the Central Office maintains is the AA Hot Line. This responsibility alone is reason enough to rally our community’s support. If you or your Home Group wish to help save and maintain your Central Office please contact us at 920-432-2600. The Green Bay Area Central Office Board of Directors meets on the last Tuesday of every month. We are located at 1270 Main Street, Suite 102 and meeting starts promptly at 6:30 pm.

The Board welcomes your participation.

Your Group IS part of Area 74 History

It is EASY!

Just fill out the form below and send it to Area 74 Archives Chair.

You have an opportunity for your group to share its growth and experience with the whole area.

You are encouraged to use full names. The original will be edited for last names for display purposes.

Archives Form

Does Your Group Have a New GSR?

If you cannot print this form below you may obtain these forms from your District DCM

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New Group / New Time

New Meeting Place? Fill out the form below

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Ad-Hoc Suggested Bylaws / Guidelines For District 01

March 2018

District Bylaws

Bridging the Gap

For those interest in helping newly released inmates get to AA meetings, or inmates looking to get to AA meetings when they are released.

For AA Members on the Inside
For AA Members on the Outside