Being of Service
7th Tradition Distributions
After groups meet their regular expenses, most donate the funds beyond a prudent reserve to their local service structures, intergroups, and the CMA General Services Office to help with their expenses. Such expenses include producing recovery literature and chips; operating a telephone hotline and website; and helping host conferences. These contributions also assist with supporting meetings worldwide, providing public information and outreach, and carrying the message to those in hospitals and institutions.
According to the Fourth Tradition, each group is autonomous except in matters affecting CMA as a whole. Therefore, it’s up to each group to decide how to use its resources.
NorCalCMA Intergroup approved these suggested guidelines:
50% to NorCalCMA (Local District)
30% to CAA (California Area)
20% to GSO (World).
These addresses and links below are provided to help your group with its Seventh Tradition disbursements:
P.O. Box 14038, San Francisco, CA 94114
Make Check or Money Order with your group's name, city, day, & time payable to: Northern California District of CMA
For H&I Contributions make payable to: Hospitals & Institutions, NorCalCMA
CMA California Area Assembly
NEW! 2261 Market St #170A San Francisco, CA 94114
Make Check or Money Order with you group's name, city, day, & time payable to: CA Area Assembly
CMA General Services Office
Online at Group Contributions or 4470 W Sunset Blvd Ste 107, PMB 55, Los Angeles, CA 90027-6302
Make Check or Money Order with your group's name, city, day, & time payable to: CMA General Services
Monthly Intergroup (GSR) MEETING
2nd Saturday of the month, 6:00-7:15pm.
All NorCalCMA Members are invited to attend the monthly meeting of the NorCalCMA Intergroup. All Group Service Representatives (GSRs) and Board Members are strongly encouraged to attend!
Via ZOOM - Check the District Meetings Calendar on the Meetings Page
Attendance at the assemblies and committee meetings is open to all addicts interested in the rewards of service. Committees are always in need of volunteers, and there is no specific clean-time/sobriety requirements to serve on most of them. For more information, contact specific committee chairpersons via email.
Retreat Planning Committee
Meets 2nd Saturday of the month at 1:00pm
Meeting is in Rectory basement, enter on 18th St. through gate on west side of building.