Bridging the Gap (BTG)

Bridging the Gap is a program to help connect people leaving a treatment facility with the A.A. community.

This essential 12th Step work is done by A.A. members who connect newly-sober people with A.A. meetings and members and who serves as an initial A.A. contact person for newcomers.

A.A. experience suggests that attending meetings is helpful to ensure sobriety. As a BTG volunteer, you may be the first contact a newcomer has with Alcoholics Anonymous.

How to Get Involved

The Joint Treatment Committee tries to "bridge the gap" to A.A. for people leaving treatment. Resources are available for out-patients, health care professionals, and AA members:
Bridging the Gap Pamphlet A.A. General Service Office pamphlet describing the BTG program.
Patient Request Form Request form for people relocating or leaving a treatment facility in the Worcester area.
BTG Volunteer Form Volunteer sign-up form for local A.A. members and groups seeking to support the BTG program.
Please email or call (508) 752-9000 with any questions.

Thank you for your service!

WAI Joint Treatment & BTG Committee