Welcome to the District 6 Website. 

We are a service entity of Alcholics Anomymous here in St. Johns County Florida.  We hope you find the information listed here useful.  Most of all we want to enhance sobriety and serenity for our members.

Purpose of the District 6 Website

The Purpose of this Website is to carry the AA message to alcoholics by serving as a communication tool which promotes participation within AA and by serving as an exchange of information about District 6 related activities and group fellowship.

About District 6

District 6 includes most of St. Johns County.  Only the norther portion of the county is excluded.  World Golf Village is the northern most section of the district.  Ponte Vedra Beach, Ponte Vedra and Nocatee are in other districts.  (see mapbelow)
We host over 75 meetings per week, with new meetings popping up from time to time.
District 6
Guidelines
click to go there
District 6 Officers

DCM                      dcmdist6@gmail.com
Alt DCM             altdcmdist6@gmail.com
Secretary                secdist6@gmail.com
Treasurer             treasdist6@gmail.com
OPen Positions
We need volunteers
to chair these committees

Accessibilities                 Corrections - Men's & Juvenile
Treatment


See Qualifications and responsibilities below
Links To:
Friends of District 6
North East Florida Intergroup
Area 14
Alanon
ACOA
Narcotics Anonymous
Alateen
Qualifications and Responsibilities for open Positions:
Accessibilities:  

       1. Qualifications:  The Accessibilities/Special Needs Committee Chairperson must have at least one year of continuous sobriety and
            have a working knowledge of the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions.
       2. Responsibilities:
                  a. Maintain an open line of communication with local organizations that may have a need for coordination of special services

                      which includes: language translation, interpretation for the deaf and blind, assistance for those with special physical needs
                      and other special service needs which may arise.
                  b. Recruit volunteers for participation as needed.
                  c. Present a budget of projected expenses for the above Committee to the District Committee for approval prior to incurring

                      the expense.
                 d. Keep a file of important papers and information to turn over to her/his successor.
          3. Voting:
                 a.The Accessibilities/Special Needs Committee Chairperson has one vote at the District Committee Meeting.


Corrections - Men's & Juvenile:

          1. Qualifications:  The Corrections Committee Chairpersons must have at least one year of continuous sobriety and a working
              knowledge of the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions.
          2. Responsibilities: 
                 a. Initiate and coordinate taking AA meetings to the various jails, prisons, and detention centers in the District.
                 b. Recruit volunteers for participation as needed.
                 c. Coordinate volunteer clearance for admission into the facilities.
                 d. Maintain lists of those volunteers who have achieved necessary clearance or are in the process of obtaining clearance for

                     entry to the facilities.
                 e. Maintain a sufficient supply of conference approved AA literature as needed by the inmates, including the

                     Grapevine magazine.
                 f. Present a budget of projected expenses for the above Committee to the District Committee for approval prior to incurring

                    the expense.
                 g. Keep a file of important papers and information to turn over to her/his successor.
          3. Voting:
                a. The Corrections Committee Chairpersons (male and female) each have one vote at the District Committee Meeting.


Treatment:

          1. Qualifications:  The Treatment Committee Chairperson must have at least one year of continuous sobriety and a working
              knowledge of the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions.
          2. Responsibilities:
                a. Initiate and coordinate taking AA meetings to Treatment Centers in the District through use of dedicated Chairpersons

                    assigned to each meeting.
                b. Train these dedicated Chairpersons in applying the Traditions as it relates to AA’s special relationship with

                    Treatment Centers.
                c. Recruit volunteers for participation as needed.
                d. Chair Treatment Center meetings as necessary if the dedicated Chairperson is unavailable.
                e. Maintain a list of the dedicated Chairpersons and their meeting schedules along with their contact information.
                f. Coordinate volunteer clearance for admission into the facilities if needed.
                g. Maintain a sufficient sup ply of conference approved AA literature as needed for the meetings.
                h. Present a budget of projected expenses for the above Committee to the District Committee for approval prior to incurring

                    the expense.
                i. Keep a file of important papers and informatio n to turn over to her/his successor.
          3. Voting:
                a. The Treatment Committee Chairperson has one vote at the District Committee Meetings


This site was developed and is presented by the St. Augustine District 6 solely as a service to those seeking information about AA in St. Augustine.
 
Site last updated July 27, 2017 - contact webmaster at:  stuagustineaa@gmail.com