This page provides contact information for both outside our area, and for within Willamette Valley Intergroup. If you have more information you would like to see on this page, please send it to email@example.com.
Community Outreach Contacts
A. A. Cooperates With Professionals
If you are a Professional Working With Alcoholics and would like more information.
Public Information about A.A.
For more information about Alcoholics Anonymous, or to establish a contact in Marion/Polk Counties.
Hospitals & Institutions
If you are from a treatment center, hospital, or institution and need further information.
Other Program Contacts
Oregon Area 58
Areas such as Oregon Area 58 (aa-oregon.org), are typically state or province-wide service bodies made up of G.S.R.’s (General Service Representatives who report to/from groups and meetings), D.C.M.’s (District Committee Members who report to/from G.S.R’s), Area Officers, and Service Committees.
Contacting Oregon Area 58 –
We recommend using Area’s Contact Us page that provides a dropdown list of their contacts.
Oregon Area 58 is comprised of 37 Districts. The Willamette Valley Intergroup serves District 4 (Oregon’s District Map). See below for District 28 information.
District 28 serves Spanish-speaking groups in our area.
District 28 mailing address –
2495 Lancaster Dr. NE, Bldg D
Salem, OR 97305
Grapevine & LaViña
Grapevine & La Viña (the Spanish version of the Grapevine) are here to help. To help members during this time, we are giving everyone free access to all of our 2020 Grapevine and La Viña issues. (The audio to Grapevine’s stories will be available as well, so people can listen to the stories if they like.) Please share with your fellows. We have also included a link to our YouTube channel with some original audio stories as well as other important information. To visit websites ->
Information about Al-Anon is presented here as a service to members of the fellowship and/or their families. Neither the Willamette Valley Intergroup nor the Central Office in Salem is affiliated with Al-Anon. (From the Al-Anon Service Manual Tradition Six “…Although a separate entity, Al-Anon should always cooperate with Alcoholics Anonymous”)
In relation to local AA Intergroups or Central Offices, Al-Anon may offer –
- To name one or two members to act as liaison and to provide current lists of group contacts for Twelfth Step referrals.
- To submit Al-Anon/Alateen meeting information for inclusion on AA’s local meeting list if asked to do so.
- To reimburse AA for any expenses incurred on Al-Anon’s behalf, such as telephone calls, cost of printing meeting lists on which Al-Anon meetings are also listed, and copying costs.
- Al-Anon performs its own Twelfth Step work in alcohol treatment centers, hospitals, and other facilities, and with professionals that work with families and friends of alcoholics.
Al-Anon (& Alateen) –
For Al-Anon (& Alateen) schedules and info click here – oregonal-anon.org.
Experience has shown that cooperation with A.A. can be reciprocal… “Therefore the following questions are provided here with the hope that they will be mutually beneficial in recovery.”