The Bridging the Gap program helps individuals who are being released from treatment centers, detox facilities, or correctional centers make the transition to a recovery-oriented lifestyle.
The program pairs you with an active member of Alcoholics Anonymous near your community. This individual will introduce you to the program of Alcoholics Anonymous and help provide transportation to AA meetings when possible.
During this time, you will have an opportunity to learn more about the 12 Steps, sponsorship, and meetings, and it will allow you to fellowship with people just like you.
Attending a meeting as quickly after being discharged as possible is strongly suggested. This is a crucial step in the transition to a sober life. Your Bridging the Gap contact is temporary and will not provide housing, food, clothing, work, financing, or other amenities.
To request a temporary confidential AA contact, please complete the form below. Your request will be forwarded to the Alcoholics Anonymous District 14 Treatment and Bridging the Gap Committee. After making contact, no records are kept.