Phone Lists

Here is a list of areas organizations and houses in the Fort Wayne and Indiana areas.

Organization/House Phone Area Intergroup by city Phone
Freedom House (260) 456-8097 Elkhart: (574) 295-8188
Club Oasis (260) 420-4050 Evansville: (812) 464-2219
Hope House (260) 424-2471 Hammond: (219) 844-6695
13 Step House (260) 424-2341 Indianapolis: (317) 632-7864
Rose Home (260) 424-1600 Marion: (765) 618-4305
Serenity House (260) 927-8902 South Bend: (574) 234-7007
Serenity House (Women) (260) 925-2130 Terre Haute: (812) 234-0827
Cornerstone House (260) 745-3286 Tri-State: (866) 608-3793
4 County Trans Living (260) 665-7700 Muncie: (765) 284-2515
    Richmond: (765) 965-1800
    Greensburg: (812) 663-0821

Bridging the Gap

An Alcoholics Anonymous 12th Step Program in the Fort Wayne area, “Bridging the Gap” is designed to help the alcoholic in a treatment program to make the transition between those programs and Alcoholics Anonymous.

Making the journey from treatment to continuing participation in AA meetings can be a big step for many people. The Bridging the Gap program offers the opportunity for active AA members to assist the newcomer in this step. The Speakers program is for seasoned AA members to speak at treatment centers, describing their own experience, AA meetings, and answering questions about Alcoholics Anonymous. Generally, these discussions entail roughly one hour and are a great opportunity for people to see AA at a more personal level.

The “Temporary Contact” program involves the AA member meeting one on one with a person from a treatment group, discussing AA and accompanying them to a few meetings. At these meetings, they would be introduced to other members and begin to learn how AA works. Unlike sponsorship, volunteers can do this 12 Step work by spending a short period of time getting the newcomer acclimated and then move on to help another if they choose.

If you have an interest in volunteering for either program, click the button below to email Greg.

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About Fort Wayne
Area Intergroup

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for A. A. membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. A. A. is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy; neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.

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Welcome to our web site! We offer it for public use based upon your acceptance of these terms of service. This web site is operated by Fort Wayne Area Intergroup, Inc, which is solely responsible for its content. This web site is neither approved nor endorsed by Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc. It is provided solely as a public information service to those who may be suffering from, affected by or wish to learn more about the AA program of recovery from alcoholism. Links to other web sites neither imply endorsement of, or affiliations with those entities.

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Intergroup Record Information

At the Fort Wayne Intergroup, it is vitally essential for our entire organization to be as open and transparent as possible. Below are downloadable pdfs for you to view.