Central Office Service

Boulder County AA Intergroup has open service positions

Looking for an opportunity to do service work and grow in your program? Please consider donating your time and talents as service work back to the most important organization in your life.

Read more about what Central Office does here.

  • Bookstore (Central Office)
Description Central Office is staffed by volunteers who have committed to take on a minimum 2 hour shift of being present in the office to handle calls and sell literature.
Location At Central Office:
5401 Western Ave. Suite D. Boulder, Colorado 80301
Requirement All Central Office volunteers must have at least 9 months of continuous sobriety and receive training.
Contact Call Central Office (303-447-8201)
Email the Volunteer Coordinator volunteer@bouldercountyaa.com
  • 24-hour Hotline (Night Watch)
Description Answer the hotline after hours from 7pm – 7am, one day a week.  Expect between 0 and 5 calls.
Location Anywhere: Calls will come to your phone
Requirement 9-months sobriety suggested.
Contact Email the Nightwatch Coordinator nightwatch@bouldercountyaa.com
  • 24-hour Hotline (Day Watch)
Description Support the hotline from 7am-7pm, when the Answering Service has determined the caller needs to speak to another alcoholic.

When an alcoholic in needs calls the Central Office and nobody is available to take the call, you’ll receive a text to contact from the Answering Service to contact that person and either share your experience, strength and hope, or connect them with somebody on the 12-Step Call list.

Location Anywhere: Calls will come to your phone
Requirement 9-months sobriety suggested.
Contact Email the Daywatch Coordinator daywatch@bouldercountyaa.com
  • 24-hour Hotline (12th-Step Call Volunteers)
Description As a 12th-Step Call Volunteer, you are ready to respond to anyone who reaches out for help. A Night Watch or Day Watch volunteer will call you and provide the name and number of an alcoholic in need. You call the alcoholic in need and share your experience, strength, and hope. Your job is to help the caller understand what AA is, how AA works, and how they can get connected to AA.

By adding your name to the 12th-Step Call Volunteer list, you indicate your willingness to return calls and talk to alcoholics in need, as soon as possible.

Location Anywhere: Calls will come to your phone
Requirement One year sobriety suggested.
Contact Email the 12th-Step List Coordinator 12steplist@bouldercountyaa.com
  • Bridging the Gap Volunteers
Description As a BTG Volunteer you are acting as a temporary contact to someone in a treatment facility who is interested in learning more about AA. It is suggested that you take the newcomer to a variety of A.A. meetings; introduce him or her to other A.A.s; insure that he or she has the phone numbers of several A.A. members, and share the experience of sponsorship and a home group.

We ask that you are familiar with the paper “Information on Alcoholics Anonymous,” particularly the section on what A.A. does and does not do.

By adding your name to the BTG Temporary Contact Volunteer list, you indicate your willingness to return calls and talk to alcoholics in need, as soon as possible.

Location Anywhere: Calls will come to your phone
Requirement One year sobriety required. Previous experience with 12th Step work suggested.
Contact Email the BTG Committee Chairs: btg@bouldercountyaa.com