CONTACT US

Email:      berkshireaaintergroup@gmail.com   or

               big@area31aa.org

Address:  152 North St

               Suite 30C
               Pittsfield, MA 01201
Phone:    413-448-2382

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Berkshire Intergroup responsibilities are to meet the needs of the area A.A. groups of Berkshire County of Area 31 of Alcoholics Anonymous.

 

 

 

Our Intergroup office is open Monday - Friday from 1:30p to 5:00p.

Anyone who would like information on a service opportunity at the office please leave the Office Manager 

a message on the office phone (413-448-2382). Thank you.

!! The Alkathons are Coming !!

There will be Christmas and New Years Alkathons this year.

5pm to 5pm each holiday.

If you are interested in participating there will be a kickoff meeting at the

Intergroup Office on November 27th at 1:30pm

A telephone number has been set up so you can call in and reserve a time slot.

Click here for the flyer

SAVE THE DATE!!!

The Speaker (Bookie) Exchange program in the Berkshires has started! Very exciting!

We will be having our next meeting at the Intergroup Office Monday January 13th at 6:00pm.

If your group is interested in incoming and/or outgoing speaker exchanges please attend this meeting!

For more information please contact the Berkshire Intergroup Chair at BIG@area31aa.org

Through the generosity of the area groups Berkshire Intergroup is able to provide the following services to its A.A. groups in Area 31 Alcoholics Anonymous:

 

  • Coordinate AA activities among its various groups and to help weaker groups in any way possible.

  • Maintain 24 hour AA telephone coverage. 

  • Publish regularly updated schedules of group meetings in the area.

  • Provide a program which will promote regular visits between groups, as well as a monthly business meeting for all Intergroup Representatives of Berkshire County A.A. groups of Alcoholics Anonymous.

  • Provide an inventory of AA Literature for the convenience of local groups and committees in an office which also serves as a communication and information center.

  • Have events for the fellowship of Berkshire County AA such as the annual Berkshire Intergroup Christmas & New Years Alcathons.

  • Cooperate with the Western Mass Intergroup, Area 31 Service Committee as well as the Berkshire Institution Committee.

Hotline: 413-443-0212

If you have any meeting/group changes please click here for the Group Change Form

Find a meeting anywhere...here

Berkshire AA Intergroup

AA. World Services, Inc.
P.O. Box 459,
Grand Central Station
New York, NY 10163
(212) 870-3400
 

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Western Mass Intergroup

474 Pleasant St
Holyoke, MA 01040
(413)-532-2111

Western Mass Website

Area31 Website

GSO Newletters
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Local News

Berkshire Intergroup

Attention iPhone Users

Our When & Where Meeting List

is now an app and can be downloaded

from the App Store

Just search for 'Berkshire AA When & Where'

or click here to view in the App Store

Next Bookie Speaker Exchange Meeting

Berkshire Intergroup Office

152 North St.  Suite 30C

Pittsfield, MA

Monday January 13, 2020

6:00 PM

Click here for more info

Christmas and New Years Alkathons

First United Methodist Church

55 Fenn St

Pittsfield, MA 01201

5pm-5pm each Alkathon

Click here for the flyer

Regional News

NERAASA 2020

Northeast Regional AA Service Assembly

Radisson Nashua

11 Tara Blvd

Nashua, NH 03062

Feb 21-23, 2020

Click here for flyer/registration form

Click on the below links to view their content. 

These come from aagrapevine.org and aa.org

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AA Grapevine
Our meeting in print
Berkshire AA Intergroup
AA Big Book
Online

Read the current stories in the AA Grapevine

Read from the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous

Berkshire AA Intergroup
AA 12 & 12
Online

Bill W. tells how A.A. started, how the Steps and Traditions evolved, and how the A.A. Fellowship grew and spread overseas

A co-founder of Alcoholics Anonymous tells how members recover and how the society functions