Alcoholics Anonymous

Outer Banks

District 93

District 93 serves the AA community on the Outer Banks of North Carolina, including Corolla, Duck, Southern Shores, Powell’s Point, Moyock, Coinjock, Kitty Hawk, Kill Devil Hills, Nags Head, Manteo, Wanchese, Frisco, Buxton, Salvo, Waves, Rodanthe, and Hatteras.

Outer Banks AA Hotline

If you want to stop drinking, need help finding a meeting, or want more information about Alcoholics Anonymous, call anytime to be connected to an AA member.

Mailing Address

Alcoholics Anonymous – District 93
P.O. Box 692
Kitty Hawk, NC 27949


Service Committee Contacts

DCM – Gale

Alt DCM –

Treasurer – Kathleen

CPC/PI (Cooperation with Professional Community/Public Information) – Sheila & Phil

Corrections Committee – Jessica

Webmaster – April

Service Opportunities

The following service positions are currently open.  If you are interested please contact Gale at

District Committee Member (DCM) – Chairperson of the District Committee.  Is a vital link between District 93’s GSRs and the Area (Area 51). 

  • Runs the District meetings. 
  • Carries the collective group conscience of the groups to the Area Committee meetings (4x/year). 
  • Serves on assigned committee at the Area level.     
  • Keeps GSRs informed of information coming from the Area, World and our Delegate


Alternate District Committee Member (Alt DCM) – The alternate is a backup for the DCM. If the DCM resigns or is unable to serve for any reason, the alternate steps in. Duties/Requirements:

  • Assists DCM in leading monthly meetings and mechanics around meetings & communication to the group
  • Generally attends the weekend Area Committee/Assembly meetings (4x/yr) as a non-voting participant (unless the DCM is not present)
  • Two-year commitment
  • Two year sobriety requirement


Corrections Committee Lead – The purpose of a corrections committee is to coordinate the work of individual A.A. members and groups who are interested in carrying our message of recovery to incarcerated alcoholics. Bringing meetings and literature into facilities, raising awareness of the Corrections Correspondence Service (C.C.S.) among “inside” and “outside” A.A. members, and helping inmates transition to a local A.A. Community through Prerelease contacts are just some of the activities corrections committees support.  The committee lead coordinates activities across our district.  The position generally has a 2 year sobriety requirement.


Cooperation with the Professional Community / Public Information (CPC/PI) Committee Lead – This committee/lead represents AA within the Dare County community by informing professionals about AA – what we are, where we are, what we can do and what we can’t do.  They attempt to establish better communication & cooperation between AA & local professionals.  Some examples in our district are representing AA at the annual Walk Against Addiction, participating in the Saving Lives Task Force and other activities that the lead feels may help AA spread the word into these communities.  The position generally has a 2 year sobriety requirement.