Important Resources for BxUM

Bronx-Upper Manhattan is an important part of General Service Area 49: South Eastern New York (SENY).  This is our connection to the AA General Service Structure.



SENY is the nickname for Area 49, an acronym for South Eastern New York.  

SENY is the connection through which local groups participate in the decision-making for AA as a whole and help carry AA's message. Learn more about SENY from a service perspective or visit the SENY website here to explore upcoming events, service opportunities, and how you can give back!

Additional resources


alcoholics anonymous general service office*

The General Service Office is the administrative office of AA, where general workers are employed and all AA business is conducted.  All literature and worldwide communications are disseminated from this office.  Visit the GSO Website.

*Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc. has not approved, endorsed, or reviewed this website, nor is it affiliated with it, and the ability to link to A.A.’s site does not imply otherwise.

New York Intergroup

NY Intergroup is our local AA service office established and supported by AA groups and members to help carry the AA message within NY.  NY Intergroup was founded in June, 1946.  Visit the NY Intergroup Website. 


International Conference of Young People in Alcoholics Anonymous (ICYPAA)

The International Conference of Young People was founded for the purpose of providing a setting for an annual celebration of sobriety among young people in AA.  Since its inception, a growing group of people, who at first would not consider themselves "young people," has become regular attendees.  The number of young people suffering from alcoholism who turn to AA for help is growing, and ICYPAA helps to carry AA's message of recovery to alcoholics of all ages.  Visit the ICYPAA Website.

Hispanic Districts Committee

The Hispanic Districts Committee attends the Assemblies of Area 93 "Delegated Areas" in the
General Service Conference of the United States and Canada, which constitutes a structure through which the "general services" of AA are performed, functions that Local AA members and AA groups can not perform due to practical issues. 
We represent a Hispanic Language District, we have our Service Desk and Service Committees. Visit the Hispanic Districts Committee Website.

 AA Service manual

Click HERE.

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