Donations may be sent to:
79 Daily Drive Box 122
Camarillo, CA 93010-5870
Please include meeting information with donation.
There are many opportunities for service work within H&I. The most popular would be as a panel leader. This commitment involves acquiring eligible panel participants and leading panel meetings on a regular basis.
In most cases, a panel participant’s minimum sobriety requirement is 90 days. However, you will need to speak with a coordinator for the specific service area to find out for sure. But if you are really interested in doing service work, we will absolutely help you find a commitment no matter how long you are sober.
In many cases, there are no stipulations concerning past legal problems. However, there are some facilities such as jails and prisons which require a clearance form. You can speak with the coordinator for that specific service area to find out more. If you are really interested in doing service work, we will absolutely help you find a commitment.
Usually it’s preferred that volunteers are able to make a commitment of some kind, but we realize that is not always possible. Your initial involvement could be anywhere from being a one time panel participant, to a longer term commitment as a Panel Leader.
The H&I business meetings are held every second Sunday of the month at the Ventura County A.A.
Central Office – 321 N. Aviador St. Suite 115 in Camarillo. The meetings start at 5:30pm and usually last about an hour. A new member orientation follows at 6:35pm. All are welcome to attend.
To get involved, you can join us at our monthly business meeting and let us know that you are looking to be involved in service work. You can also contact the A.A. Central Office and they will put you in contact with the H&I director who would be willing to answer any of your questions.
If you have a question which has not been covered here please feel free to email us at email@example.com.