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 on the third Thursday of the month beginning in March, May, September and November at 7:30 PM at the Reformed Church of the Ascension, 1700 West Main Street, Norriton PA 19403 or by video conferencing during the pandemic. The Steering Committee conference calls on the third Thursday of the months beginning in February, April, August and October 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.