District Committee Member (DCM) The district committee member (D.C.M.) is an essential link between the group General Service Representative (G.S.R.s) and the area delegate to the General Service Conference. As leader of the district committee, made up of all G.S.R.s in the district, the D.C.M. is exposed to the group conscience of that district.
Alternate DCM In case a DCM is unable to attend all Area and District meetings, an alternate is needed- elected at the same time, by the same procedures. Alternates should be encouraged to assist, participate, and share in the responsibilities of the DCM
Secretary The district secretary records and distributes minutes of the district's meetings and updates district members contact information.
Registrar Develops and maintains records of groups in the district, including group name, meeting location, time, and GSR or group contact.
Treasurer The treasurer keeps financial records and reports to the district at the monthly GSR meeting.
Corrections Chair corrections work is an opportunity to carry the A.A. message to the confined alcoholic who wants to live sober, one day at a time. Through a corrections committee working with corrections personnel, alcoholics are reached who might never otherwise find the A.A. program
District 13 Newsletter The newsletter contains announcements, meeting changes, events, news and information around the district, short articles on sobriety and recovery, and even some humor. Any AA member is invited to submit material to the newsletter.
Function Committee The Function Committee is responsible for organizing and running a number of social and service functions for the district.
Grapevine Representative To make Grapevine information and the magazine available to the group, and to encourage AAs to read it, subscribe to it, write for it, and use it in Twelfth Step work.
Hotline Representative Collects names and phone numbers of recovering alcoholics in the District 13. These numbers are given to the call center. These people must be willing to pick up the phone to help another alcoholic.
Public Information/Cooperation with the Professional Community (PI/CPC) Members of C.P.C. committees inform professionals and future professionals about A.A.— what we are, where we are, what we can do, and what we cannot do. They attempt to establish better communication between A.A.s and professionals, and to find simple, effective ways of cooperating without affiliating.
Treatment Chair Alcoholics Anonymous in New Hampshire (Area 43) provides a “Bridging the Gap” program to help alcoholics in Correctional & Treatment Facilities who are interested in recovery. Basically, it introduces individuals to Alcoholics Anonymous on the outside.
Webmaster The Webmaster provides maintenance of the Website, including updating information and implementing changes in the presentation of information posted.