District 2 CFC
What do we do?
-Distribute Big Books for use in correctional facilities using your generous Pink Can donations
-Answer letters from incarcerated inmates through the Correspondence Program.
-Set up contacts for pre-release inmates to assist in getting them to their first AA meeting upon release.
How You Can Help:
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Carrying the message to inmates in Texas is rewarding and uplifting service work. There are several service opportunities from which to choose, and most do not require entering a correctional facility. Each service function is an important part of the overall CFC mission to bring the AA message to incarceratedinmates.
The District 2 CFC Committee meets the 2nd Sunday of every month at 1pm at the Two Four Club in New Braunfels, Texas. If you are interested in this type service work, but are not sure how to start, come to the committee meeting to meet the other committee members and get more information about AA in correctional facilities.
Outside Service Opportunities:
-Host a Pink Can at your group. The Pink Can contributions go toward purchasing AA-approved literature for incarcerated inmates.
-Correspond with an inmate to share the message of AA recovery through your experience, strength, and hope.
-Bridging the Gap-volunteer to be a Pre-Release Contact. As a Pre-Release Contact, you will meet an inmate upon release and take him/her to their first AA meeting. CLICK HERE to print a volunteer form for Bridging the Gap.
-Participate in the CFC Committee, and help facilitate and support all CFC activities
Inside Service Opportunities:
-Facilitate a meeting for alcoholics in county jails/state prisons. Requirements are dependent on county and facility. CLICK HERE to download a volunteer form for your county of interest.