Lompoc 805-354-0075 ~ TOLL FREE 888-762-3718 ~ Santa Maria 805-925-3782

email: manager@aa52centraloffice.org

Guadalupe, Lompoc, Los Alamos, Los Olivos, Orcutt, Santa Maria, Santa Ynez, and Solvang

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District 52 Service Information



GSR’s are elected by the members of their group.  They have the job of linking the groups with A.A. as a whole.  They represent the voice of the group conscience, reporting it to the district committee member and area conference delegate.  In turn, it may then be passed on to the annual General Service Conference in New York.  We realize that whatever “authority” there is in A.A. resides in the group conscience.  General qualifications, duties, and election procedures of the GSR are listed in the A.A. Service Manual.  Local duties include the following:


Attend district meetings, area assemblies and area workshops.


Assist the group in ordering literature.  A good supply of literature should be maintained.  Literature is one of the most effective ways to carry the message.


Inform alternate GSR of all activities/actions transpiring within the district.


Serve as central point of contact for all activities concerning the group.


Request copies of  “Meeting Directory” from district directories coordinator.


Inform the district directories coordinator of any changes with their group, i.e. – location, meeting time, etc.


District Committee Member (D.C.M.)

“The district committee member (D.C.M.) is an essential link between the group G.S.R. and the area delegate to the General Service Conference.  As leader of the district committee, made up of all G.S.R.s in the district, the D.C.M. is exposed to the group conscience of that district.  As a member of the area committee, he or she is able to pass on the district’s thinking to the delegate and the committee.” The A.A. Service Manual, p. S29 Reprinted With Permission





We hold regular monthly meetings in an effort to:

bullet Carry the A.A. message to the alcoholic who still suffers.
bullet Educate our general membership about the Steps, Traditions, and Concepts of A.A.
bullet Provide a forum for the exchange of information between our district organization and any other A.A. service groups or committees.
bullet To assist the DCM and GSRs in discharging their responsibilities as outlined in the A.A. Service Manual.
bullet Form subcommittees as necessary to carry out our purpose and to receive monthly reports.
bullet Disburse 7th Tradition funds received from groups as necessary to carry out our purposes on their behalf and be self-supporting.


District 52 Guidelines

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AA Group's Service Structure
How to Conduct a Group Inventory
Why Have a GSR?
Traditions Checklist
Concepts Checklist
How to Conduct a Sharing Session
Sponsorship in Service
The AA Service Manual (2006-07)
(our "Big Book" of General Service)





Box 459 Grand Central Station

Newy York, NY 10163

Central California Area  93
606 Alamo Pintado  #140
Solvang CA 93463

Area 93 Donation Form


District 52

P.O. Box 2026

Orcutt, CA 93457


District 52 Central Office

500 S. Broadway Ste 114

Santa Maria, CA 93454-5149


Santa Barbara North County H&I

P.O. Box 813

Solvang, CA 93464-0813





Area 93 Information   www.aaarea93.org


District 52

General Service Meetings 2nd Sun. of the month at 10am. Location rotates.


113 North V St, Lompoc

 115 S. Benwiley, Santa Maria

113 North V St, Lompoc

115 S. Benwiley, Santa Maria


Contact  D.C.M:

Mark M.  805.895.7224

 Email District 52 DCM 


District 52 Central Office

500 S. Broadway

Map of 500 S Broadway Santa Maria

Intergroup meets 1st Sat @ 10am

1600 Club, 324 W. Cypress, Santa Maria




Santa Barbara North County Hospitals & Institutions Committee (SBNCHIC)

H&I info

Meets 3rd Thurs @ 6:45PM at the Freedom Group, 113 North V St., Lompoc

Map of 113 N V St Lompoc



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