Our Hotline is often the first place the general public acquires information about AA in the THREE Counties we serve: Atlantic County, Cape May County, and parts of Ocean County New Jersey. On average, we receive 100 calls a month.
Who Answers the Calls?
The Hotline is answered by sober members of Alcoholics Anonymous. We do not have a call center; Hotline calls are automatically routed to the personal phones of volunteers 24/7 where individuals can connect to support and get help with a drinking problem.
How We Help
Using their own experience with alcohol and recovery through the program of AA, volunteers offer suggestions to callers who want to get help with a drinking problem. We do not recommend treatment facilities and we are not trained therapists.
Volunteer Time Slots
Become a Volunteer
Recovering alcoholics ourselves, Hotline Volunteers are committed to helping other alcoholics achieve sobriety. Anyone with more than 6 months of sobriety can sign up to be a Hotline Volunteer.
- We provide our volunteers with guidance and instructions on how to answer the calls.
- Volunteers select a TWO HOUR time slot on any day of the week to take calls.
- This service commitment is open ended; volunteers can end their service at any time.
Sign up Form
If you would like to sign up for a time slot on the hotline, complete this form: Click Here The Intergroup phone chair will receive your form and reach out to you and confirm the time and make sure you are ready to take calls.
Instructions for Volunteers
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