Service is a Key Component of Al-Anon Recovery
From the Group, to the District, to AIS, to WA Area, to World Service Office, there are countless ways to give back for the recovery you have received.
AIS Volunteers are currently needed for the following AIS positions:
Meeting Directory Editor
All positions are a one-year only commitment and most positions require no specialized knowledge. There are members who can help you learn the job. If you have any questions, please contact email@example.com.
AIS Council Meetings
2nd Thursday of Each Month
7:30 to 9:00 PM
ID: 839 6957 0120 Passcode: 001086
Each Al-Anon Family Group in Districts 14-22 has a vote and is encouraged to send a representative.
See our Events page for more information.
What is AIS?
AIS stands for Al-Anon Information Service. The need for the Greater Seattle AIS, a service organization, was decided in 1968. In 1980, it officially became a non-profit corporation to serve the nine Districts 14-22. The districts decided a cooperative effort to fund an AIS to provide important services for the Al-Anon Family Groups (AFGs) would be more effective than each district to do so on their own. Learn more here.
AIS Officers and Coordinators
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A Quick Tip:
You may want to check our annual events calendar to make sure your event is not conflicting with an Area, AIS or District event. You will find the link to the calendar at the very top of our Events page.