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CCFAA Teleservice is a live telephone support service which is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week to help alcoholics in need. We refer callers to current Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and provide current AA meeting directory information. Additionally, we have 12th-step volunteers to talk to when a suffering alcoholics is in needed.

We are sober alcoholics doing what we can to stay sober and to help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.

It is important for us to remember, often a person’s first introduction to AA is through Teleservice!

AA Teleservice, also known as the AA Hotline, services alcoholics who are in need of help. We help them to locate meetings in their area or provide the with someone to talk to in times of crisis. AA Hotline is a great way to be of service to your fellow alcoholic. All you need is a phone, a current meeting schedule and a current list of available 12 Steppers. Your shifts, your service, is from the comfort of your own home or out and about using landline or cell. 

If you have greater than 6 mos. sobriety and would like to be of service, please contact us at 916 454-1100

email [email protected] or complete the form to the right and we will contact you.

Print a Hotline Helpers Flyer HERE

     Teleservice Monthly Updates

August,  2020 Calls

Service   August 2020 YTD

12 Step             63         362

Meeting/Info   232      1,575

Total                 295    1,937



Teleservice      Subs    12-Step

    42                 82          166



         (CCFAA Office Hotline)

         Monthly Updates

August,   2020 Calls

Service   August 2020 YTD

12 Step             31       166

Meeting/Info   468     3,063

Total                 499    3,229

Teleservice Open Shifts

Updated – 10/16/20 

We have no open shifts currently.

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