Volunteer Opportunities

Web Chair Service Position Open

Central Office of Western Colorado is seeking a volunteer to oversee content for our website. Responsibilities would include uploading our most current newsletter, adding flyer graphics to the Events page plus add content for Central Office of Western Colorado website. 2 years of sobriety is strongly recommended. You would need to own your own computer, have access to the internet and have an email account. Beneficial skills would be familiarity/experience with Photoshop, resizing of images, html coding, uploading flyers plus copywriting. There will be training and guidance available thru the Intergroup Technical Advisor and Central Office Coordinator. More information on the Web Chair position can be found on our Web Chair Guidelines Page.

ColorDaze Needs Volunteers!

The Central Office of Western Colorado is in need of help for ColorDaze 2021. The Chair of ColorDaze will be responsible for oversight of all volunteer committee chairs and other tasks that are involved in putting on the conference in September 2021. Planning starts in February 2021.

This is an amazing opportunity for service work in AA. To volunteer for any position contact the Central Office of Western Colorado by calling (970) 245 9649 or emailing contact@aa-westerncolorado.com and your information will be forwarded to the ColorDaze Chair. Thank you for your interest!

Committees include Hospitality, Silent Auction, Registration, Golf, Decorating, Entertainment, Ice Cream Social, Labor & Greeter

Western Colorado Hotline & 12 Step Volunteers

Want to help out in answering phone calls on our 24 hour phone line? Answering calls on our hotline is a great way to stay on the front lines of service work by speaking with people new to Alcoholics Anonymous, folks who want to find meetings where they live or who just need a friendly voice. Get your group involved! Download the form, print it out and pass it around and then mail it into the Central Office of Western Colorado.

Sign-up Sheet (click to download the PDF)

Bridging the Gap

As a volunteer member of the Bridge the Gap program for Alcoholics Anonymous, you’ll be helping people leaving a correctional or treatment facility to attend an AA Meeting in there local area. You’ll be responsible to familiarize the newcomer with AA meeting formats and explain what they can expect at his/her first meeting. You’ll be expected to attend 3-6 meetings with the newcomer and introduce them to other sober members of Alcoholics Anonymous. You’ll also be expected to explain sponsorship and possibly provide the pamphlet, “Questions and Answers on Sponsorship” and explain the value of having a home group. You’ll also want to help the newcomer become familiar with AA literature and explain that the book Alcoholics Anonymous is our basic text.

For Bridging the Gap Volunteers to be uploaded to the Area 10 Treatment Committee
Sign-up Sheet (click to download the PDF)