The Intergroup Office

The Intergroup office is a place where anyone can call and find out more about Alcoholics Anonymous. There are volunteer A.A. members and staff in the office from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. who are able to answer questions about A.A Monday through Friday. They are also willing to talk to those seeking help with their problem with alcohol.

The phones are also covered in the evening hours and on weekends by recovered alcoholics who volunteer their time for this service.

Where is the Intergroup Office?

The Intergroup Office is located in the Northwest part of Houston, near the junction of Hwy 290 with the 610 Loop, at 4140 Directors Row, Suites D & E, Houston, Texas, 77092.   There are several approaches to the office; consult the back page of your meeting schedule if you have one, or call the office between the hours of 9 am to 5 pm.

Office hours for group services (literature sales, group information changes, contributions, etc.) are 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday. In addition, you may contact us by email. Click here to volunteer and learn how to help carry the message

Intergroup Services

Intergroup Association, Inc. provides many services to the A.A. community. Besides supporting this web site as a means of carrying the message, Intergroup does the following:

  • Coordinates the 24-hour telephone service for callers seeking help. For people in the outlying areas, from 9 to 5, call 1-877-390-6300.
  • Guides newcomers to meetings.
  • Serves as a central source of information on AA, activities, AA literature, and special events.
  • Maintains a 12th Step call list.
  • Publishes The Link - an A.A. community newsletter.
  • Finances the cost of providing qualified signers for hearing-impaired AA members at various meeting sites.
  • Carries the message, provides public information and supports the activities of the Intergroup Correctional Facilities Committee.
  • Publishes a meeting schedule.
  • Communicates with the AA General Service Office, and responds to requests received.
  • Cooperates with the South East Texas Area Assembly, Area 67.
  • Provides literature to local conventions or conferences on request.
  • Keeps custody of a library of AA archives compiled by Intergroup.