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Officers & Committee Chairs

The following list contains the officers and committee chairs who serve District 16. You can also use our contact page to send questions or comments to us.

District 16 Officers & Committee Chairs(See below for description of acronyms)
Position Name Contact
DCM Terry C. dcm@medfordareaaa.org
LDCM-A (Ashland, Phoenix, Talent) -OPEN- -N/A-
LDCM-B (Medford) Amy V. LDCM-B@medfordareaaa.org
LDCM-C (Jacksonville, Ruch, Applegate, MFG, DOTR) -OPEN- -N/A-
LDCM-D (Central Point, White City, Eagle Point, Shady Cove, Butte Falls, Prospect,
Gold Hill)
Jane M. LDCM-D@medfordareaaa.org
Secretary Nick N. secretary@medfordareaaa.org
Treasurer Kristin A. treasurer@medfordareaaa.org
Alt. Treasurer -OPEN- -N/A-
Access Chair -OPEN- access@medfordareaaa.org
Archives Chair Jennifer A. archives@medfordareaaa.org
Correctional Facilities Chair (Men) -OPEN- -N/A-
Correctional Facilities Chair (Women) -OPEN- -N/A-
PI / CPC Chair Kelly K. picpc@medfordareaaa.org
Grapevine Chair -OPEN- -N/A-
Schedules Chair -OPEN- schedules@medfordareaaa.org
Telephone Hotline Chair Robin P. email
Coop w/ Treatment Facilities Chair Jo B. ctf@medfordareaaa.org
Events Chair Lea W. events@medfordareaaa.org
SOSM Chair Cynthia W. sosm@medfordareaaa.org
Technology Chair Nick J. webmaster@medfordareaaa.org
Liaisons to District 16
Position Name Contact
Al-Anon Liaison -OPEN- -N/A-
Central Office Liaison Demetrius D.
YPAA Liaison OPEN -N/A-

Description of Acronyms

DCM – District Committee Member

LDCM-A, LDCM-B, LDCM-C, LDCM-D – Local District Committee Member

CPC / PI Chair – Cooperation with Professional Community / Public Information Chair

SOSM Chair – Southern Oregon Speaker Meeting Chair

Hop on over to the Committees page to learn about the services our committees provide to the Rogue Valley.

Committees

District 16 has a number of committees that serve the Rogue Valley so that we can better fulfill our primary purpose to carry the message of Alcoholics Anonymous and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety. If you would like to participate in serving the A.A. community, or are interested in learning more about service opportunities, please contact us.

Here are our committees and a little bit about what they do…

Access

(access@medfordareaaa.org)

Gathers information and shared experience from the General Service Office (GSO), Areas, Districts, and A.A. Groups on ways to carry the message of A.A. to the still-suffering alcoholic or current members with access/special needs and to communicate that information to the groups, districts, and service committees.

Archives

(archives@medfordareaaa.org)

Collects, preserves and shares the rich and meaningful heritage of our fellowship. The Archives Committee receives, classifies and indexes all relevant material, including, but not limited to, administrative files, records, correspondence, literary works and artifacts considered to have importance to Alcoholics Anonymous.

Cooperation with the Professional Community/Public Information (CPC/PI)

(picpc@medfordareaaa.org)

CPC: Provides information about A.A. to those who have contact with alcoholics through their profession. This group includes, among others, doctors, clergy, judges social workers and law enforcement. Information is provided about where we are, what we are, what we can and cannot do.

PI: Carries the A.A. message to the still-suffering alcoholic by informing the general public — media, schools, industry, etc. — about what the program has to offer. This is done through public service announcements, visits to schools and other organizations.

Correctional Facilities (CF)

Men: (cfm@medfordareaaa.org)
Woman: (cfw@medfordareaaa.org)

Facilitates A.A. meetings inside the Jackson County correctional facilities. This is done by organizing outside A.A. members to attend inside meetings on a regular basis.

Grapevine

(Email)

Acts as an advocate for the Grapevine/La Viña at the district and group level, keeping the groups aware and informed about using the magazine as a recovery tool.

Schedules

(schedules@medfordareaaa.org)

Provides a printed list of pertinent information regarding the meetings in District 16 to be made available to Groups, Jackson County Central Office and the District Committee.

Telephone Hotline

(Email)

Provides the means of carrying the message of Alcoholics Anonymous to the alcoholic who still suffers when they reach out for help through the A.A. hotline listed in the phone book. The District works in cooperation with the Jackson County Central Office to carry out this responsibility.

Events

(events@medfordareaaa.org)

Responsible for coordinating District 16 speaker meetings, workshops and events. Attend monthly business meeting, give a report on up and coming events, distribute flyers for District 16 events and keep the District 16 website events calendar current.

Cooperation w/ Treatment Facilities (CTF)

(ctf@medfordareaaa.org)

Coordinates the work of individual A.A. members and groups who carry the message to alcoholics in treatment facilities, and works to clarify what A.A. can and cannot do, within the Traditions, to help alcoholics in treatment.

Bridging the Gap – The Temporary Contact program helps new members  more easily transition from treatment facilities into A.A.
This pamphlet will provide more details on the program – Bridging the Gap pamphlet
Please contact our CTF Chairperson to get started.

Program,

Website

(webmaster@medfordareaaa.org)

Manages and maintains the District 16 website. The purpose of the website is to assist the groups of the District to carry the message of Alcoholics Anonymous to the still-suffering alcoholic, facilitate communication among GSRs, DCMs, District Committee members and A.A. members, and to improve an understanding of the workings of the District in order to encourage participation in service work.

If you’d like to learn more about service positions, committees, the structure of District 16 and how we operate, take a look at the District 16 Guidelines in the next section.

District 16 Guidelines

Please click  District 16 Guidelines 2020-2022 to view the PDF version of the guidelines that District 16 abides by.