Corrections Committee

Corrections Committee

Our Purpose

The purpose of the Corrections Committee is to coordinate the work of individual AA members and groups who are interested in carrying our message of recovery to alcoholics behind the walls, and to set up means of smoothing the way from the facility to the larger AA community through prerelease contacts.

Corrections Volunteers NEEDED

Virginia Beach Jail  women’s meeting  Monday 7pm

Western Tidewater Regional Jail   women’s meeting   Monday 730pm

Chesapeake Jail   women’s meeting   Tuesday 7:00pm  

Chesapeake Jail    men’s meeting   Tuesday 7:30

Chesapeake Jail   men’s re-entry meeting   Wednesday  10:00am

Hampton Roads Regional Jail   women’s meeting   Wednesday 7:30pm

Hampton Roads Regional Jail  men’s meeting  Wednesday 7:30pm

Norfolk Jail   women’s meeting    Thursday 7:00pm  

 

    

 

 

Our Goals

Our goal is to ensure that Alcoholics Anonymous of Tidewater VA has a presence in area correctional facilities.

We intend to carry the message of hope to those who cannot attend meetings on the outside, and initiate prerelease contacts.

Involvement

The Corrections Committee maintains involvement with area corrections facilities in accordance with guidelines as approved by TIC.

Want to get involved in service with the Corrections Committee?  Leave your contact information in the form below and the standing committee chairperson will get in touch with you.

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