How to Become an Information Service Representative (ISR)

The Al-Anon Information Service Representative (ISR)

Experience has shown that the Information Service can be a function of districts, providing a network of communication. It is suggested that the Alternate Group Representative* serve as the Information Service Representative (ISR) and the GR* serves the Alternate Information Service Representative. In addition, the Alternate District Representative may be a member of the AIS Board, and the DR generally serves as the Alternate Information Service Board member. Al-Anon Alateen Service Manual 2014 - 2017, p. 65.

Term and selection of an ISR may be determined by the group conscience.

Duties of the Al-Anon Information Service Representative (ISR):

The Service Board of the AISDV meets bi-monthly on the third Thursday of the month beginning in January at 7:30 PM at the Reformed Church of the Ascension, 1700 West Main Street, Norristown PA 19403. The Steering Committee conference calls bi-monthly on the third Thursday of the month beginning in February to prepare the agenda of the Service Board.

*Al-Anon and Alateen members who are also members of A.A. may not serve as GR or Alternate GR. See "Digest of Al-Anon and Alateen Policies," Dual Membership in Al-Anon/Alateen and A.A.