There are 3 Ways to Volunteer

NHAA Hotline volunteers get calls from the Hotline answering service with the contact information of people who are seeking help and wish to speak to a sober member of AA.

Bridging The Gap is a program that provides temporary contacts for people who are leaving treatment facilities. Volunteers agree to contact the person, take them to six meetings, introduce them to other AA’s, provide them with a meeting list, and in general, get them started. You are not volunteering to be a permanent or temporary sponsor.

Prison Pre-Release is similar to Bridging the Gap, but for men and women who are being released from of incarceration.

If you would like to volunteer for the 24-Hour Hotline, or provide a temporary contact for people who are coming out of institutions, please fill out the following form.
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Thank you for volunteering. Someone will be contacting you soon with more details. Best regards, Area 43 Treatment Chairperson, Area 43 Corrections Chairperson, NHAA HOTLINE 1-800-593-3330