Other Parts of AA
While Nassau Intergroup plays a vital role in carrying the AA message in Nassau County, it is part of a larger fellowship that consists of other AA entities equally committed to the sobriety of alcoholics, and to the welfare of AA.
Nassau County General Services (NCGS) of Alcoholics Anonymous strives to connecting Nassau County AA groups to the rest of the Fellowship through our General Service Conference structure.
Many groups in Nassau County have a GSR (a General Service Representative) who attends regular General Service meetings to keep their A.A. group informed and involved in issues that affect AA as a whole. See our calendar for meeting info.
You can also reach NCGS to get involved or make a contribution by clicking here.
Approximately 1,800 AA groups (and 57,000 AA members) of South Eastern New York (aka SENY) come together to make collective decisions and take on bigger service projects that are only possible when groups work together.
SENY is one of 93 delegate areas that make up the General Service Conference Structure, the AA entity which forms the group conscience for the US/Canada.
You can reach SENY to get involved or make a contribution by clicking here.
The General Service Office serves as a hub of communication for A.A. groups in the U.S. and Canada and as an exchange point for A.A. experience accumulated over the years.
GSO staff coordinate a wide array of activities and services. GSO is home to AA World Services, Inc., which oversees the publication, translation and distribution of A.A. literature.
You can reach GSO for more information or to make a contribution by clicking here.