Who We Are

The Central California Fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous exists to aid the AA groups in the greater Sacramento area to carry the message of Alcoholics Anonymous in keeping with the Twelve Steps, Twelve Traditions and Twelve Concepts of AA.

How does
Central Office operate?

All groups in the Sacramento area are encouraged to name a Delegate to express the group’s conscience, views and desires at the monthly Delegate’s meeting.
Financial support of Central Office is purely voluntary and is not required for any group’s delegate to participate and vote at the monthly Delegate’s meeting.

How does Central
Office help carry

Twelve-Step Calls
Central Office maintains a listing for AA in the local telephone directory. AA volunteers answer the phones 24 hours a day. When calls come in from individuals looking for help, the volunteers contact AA members from a twelve-step list maintained by Central Office. The volunteers arrange for an AA member to call any individual seeking help for their problem
with alcohol. Individuals seeking help

Central Office is the clearinghouse for information and logistical support between individual AA members, groups, local and state committees, the General

AA Books and Literature
Central Office maintains an inventory of AA books and pamphlets for sale to AA members and the general public.

Central Office will accept Visa and Mas-

Meeting Schedules
Central Office maintains records of AA groups and meetings in Sacramento and the surrounding area. Several times a year, an updated meeting schedule is

Special Events
Central Office assists in arranging for CCFAA entertainment programs, such as


This message is sponsored by your area
Alcoholics Anonymous Central Office. For questions or additional information, call:
Hot Line: (916) 454-1100
Business Line: (916) 454-1771Central California Fellowship of
Alcoholics Anonymous (CCFAA)

9960 Business Park Drive
Suite 110
Sacramento, CA 95827

When Central Office is closed, individual AA members take calls at their homes through the use of call forwarding.

Volunteers at the Central Office answer the Hot Line during business hours, providing callers with information about AA and directing them to AA meetings.

The By The Way-The monthly Central Office
newsletter includes:

  • A Master Calendar
  • Volunteer Opportunities
  • A list of Speaker Meetings
  • Special Events
  • Group News
  • Birthdays
  • In Memoriam

You can have The By The Way delivered to your home for $15 per year.
The Website – www.aasacramento.org contains the information in The By The Way plus:

  • Sacramento area meeting schedules
  • Downloadable versions of The By The Way and Delegate’s Meeting Minutes
  • A Group Information Update Form
  • he Manager’s Corner-Central Office business notes
  • Other helpful links and phone numbers
  • New Online Store.

Special Needs
The Special Needs Committee helps member groups carry the AA message to alcoholics with special needs and to help CCFAA and its member groups include and serve those with special needs. Members of the Special Needs Committee explore, develop, and offer alternatives to make the AA message and participation in our program available to everyone who reaches out for it.

Service Committee Support
Central Office provides support for various AA committees and a location for these committees to meet and receive mail.

What happens
Central Office?

Central California,
Fellowship of
Alcoholics Anonymous
9960 Business Park Drive
Suite 110
Sacramento, CA 95827
(916) 454-1100
How is Central Office financed?

“When we meet and defeat the temptation to take large gifts, we are only being prudent. But when we are generous with the hat, we give a token that we are grateful for our blessing and evidence that we are eager to share what we have found with those who still suffer.”
– Bill W.

Central Office is financed through group contributions, individual contributions, newsletter contributions, sponsored activities, and sale of AAWS literature. A brief financial statement is published monthly in the Central Office newsletter, “The By The Way”, as well as lists of all group contributions. Detailed financial reports are presented at the monthly Delegate’s meeting.

The Seventh Tradition
The Seventh Tradition states, “Every AA group ought to be fully self supporting, declining outside contributions.” For support, Central Office relies on the contributions of its groups and individual members so the work of carrying the message can continue. Please consider our 7th Tradition with online contributions to the Central Office at https://venmo.com/CCFAA1954

Groups contribute monthly to Central Office while individual members may contribute up to $3,000 yearly through the birthday plan, individual contributions and in memoriam. Support from your group demonstrates gratitude for sobriety and a willingness to share with the alcoholic