A group's GSR, or General Service Representative, is probably the most important position in the AA service structure. The GSR's role is to be the group's voice at the district meetings, providing up to date information about their group, and to bring information back to their group. In short, they are the direct link between AA groups and the GSO.
The District Committee Member (D.C.M.) is an essential link between the group G.S.R. and the area delegate to the General Service Conference. As leader of the District Committee, madew up of all G.S.R.'s in the district, the D.C.M is exposed to the group conscience of that district.
Records and distributes meeting minutes, keeps records up to date, and sends out mailings as needed
Keeps financial records for the district and reports at every meeting. Maintains the districts budget and provides information on what the district can or cannot do financially.
Serves as a purchasing agent at the district for all groups in that district, as well as distributing literature based on the group conscience of that district.
Acts as a representative for the Grapevine publication.
Works with local treatment facilities and jails to carry the message in the form of literature, meetings, or information.
CPC's help to carry the message of AA to professionals who work with alcoholics