What is Area 10

“The Area 10 Assembly and Area Committee of Alcoholics Anonymous are service bodies, and shall protect and respect the autonomy and right of dissent of all A. A. Groups in the Area 10 General Service Conference Area. In the course of their deliberations and discussions, the Area Assembly and Area Committee shall be mindful of the ideals expressed in the Twelve Traditions, the Twelve Concepts, and the A.A. Service Manual and shall strive to develop the informed conscience of Area 10 A.A. A.A. Service is the Area Assembly’s primary purpose. The Area Assembly shall encourage all Area 10 A.A. groups to participate in the activities of the Area Assembly and to support the Area Assembly in its efforts to cooperate with the A.A. General Service Office and A.A. World Services. The Area Assembly is specifically charged with the duty of electing an Area Delegate to the General Service Conference and providing the Delegate with financial support to assist him or her in carrying out the duties of the office. The Area Assembly is further charged with electing an Alternate Delegate and such Area Officers as it deems necessary.”

The Area 10 Committee consists of the current Area Officers, the current Area Standing Committee chairpersons, past Area 10 Delegates and the current District Committee Members (D.C.M.’s) from each district.