Welcome to the Alcoholics Anonymous Deaf Intergroup of Central Texas

We are to Deaf AA members, what other Intergroups are to hearing AA members. 

Get in touch with us

Contact the appropriate person and we will get back to you shortly.


Interpreter Liaison
Support for Interpreters


Interpreter Coordinator
Scheduling and Requests

ASL AA Meetings

We provide meetings in American Sign Language, so people can experience recovery in their own language.

ASL Interpreted Meetings

We help coordinate ASL Interpreters so that Deaf individuals may attend any AA meeting of their choosing in the Central Texas area.


We share information at Districts, Group Consciences, and AA meetings on making the AA message accessible to all.

Our Mission

I am Responsible. When anyone, anywhere, reaches out for help, I want the hand of A.A. always to be there. And for that: I am responsible.
The AA  Deaf Intergroup of Central Texas is a service entity established pursuant to Tradition Nine of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) to operate on behalf of the participating AA groups in accordance with AA’s Twelve Traditions and Twelve Concepts. The AA Deaf Intergroup exists to aid the AA groups in their common purpose of carrying the AA message to the alcoholic who still suffers by increasing accessibility to AA meetings for Deaf people in recovery. 
Deaf and Hard of Hearing AA members need the fellowships’s assistance in order to both receive the message and be able to interact with other AA members and be a part of the group. The AA Deaf Intergroup of Central Texas  exists in order to foster relationships between the hearing and Deaf AA members and ensure consistency of AA meetings with qualified interpreters. As one of our members has stated in the past, “We are to Deaf AA members, what other Intergroups are to hearing AA members.”

We do our best to support our fellowship.

To help us meet our financial obligations, we welcome your voluntary contributions and suggest  that each AA group designating a portion of their 7th tradition funds toward our spiritual responsibility: When anyone, anywhere, reaches out for help, I want the hand of AA to be there!”, the same as you would for any local Intergroup providing valuable services for its AA members. 
Thanks to all who are willing to assist in carrying the message to our Deaf AA members, who are reaching out for our help and want to have the same access to the message of hope as other members of our fellowship. Bill W. said, “When we are generous with the hat, we give a token that we are grateful for our blessings and evidence that we are eager to share what we have found with all who still suffer.”