Participant Program Forms/Form Email Links

All forms are due by 7 PM the Monday immediately before court on Thursday. If you have not sent the form to the correct email by the due date, it will not be accepted. This includes all special requests, community service, work detail, and payments.

Community Service Form


Community Service Form
EMAIL community service form to: dccomserve@gmail.com
*IMPORTANT IN THE SUBJECT LINE: CS - Last Name, First Name - Date

AA/NA Form

AA/NA Form
EMAIL AA/NA form to:  ajcdcaa@gmail.com
*IMPORTANT IN THE SUBJECT LINE: WD - Last Name, First Name - Date

Work Detail Form


Work Detail Form
EMAIL work detail form to: dccomserve@gmail.com
*IMPORTANT IN THE SUBJECT LINE: WD - Last Name, First Name - Date
While emergencies do arise, special request are not approved immediately, therefore plan ahead in order to get approval.

Special Request Form


Special Request Form
EMAIL special request form to: ajcdcsr@gmail.com
*IMPORTANT IN THE SUBJECT LINE: SR - Last Name, First Name - Date
Graduation petitions are due 1 month prior to graduation.

Medication Request Form


Medication Request Form
EMAIL Medication Request form to: ajcdcsr@gmail.com
*IMPORTANT IN THE SUBJECT LINE: CS - Last Name, First Name - Date

Letter to Doctor Form


Letter to Doctor Form
EMAIL Letter to Doctor form to: ajcdcsr@gmail.com
*IMPORTANT IN THE SUBJECT LINE: CS - Last Name, First Name - Date

Graduation Petition Form


Graduation Petition Form
EMAIL special request form to: ajcdcgraduationrequest@gmail.com
*IMPORTANT IN THE SUBJECT LINE: GP - Last Name, First Name - Date

SEND COPIES OF PAYMENT RECEIPTS TO: ajcdcpayments@gmail.com

Types of A.A. Meetings

Most meetings last about an hour and are held on a regular basis at the same time and place every week. There are several types of meetings as follows:

  1. Open Meeting - generally around-the-table discussion on some topic relating to alcoholism. There will be a chairperson and generally a leader. Someone will read a section from the Big Book, Alcoholics Anonymous on "How It Works." The leader will then introduce the topic.
  2. Closed Meeting - structured the same as the open meeting with the exception that only people with a desire to stop drinking, or people who think they may have a problem with drinking, may attend.
  3. Speaker's Meeting - a speaker will be introduced who will tell his or her story for the entire meeting, usually following a format of (1) what life was like when he or she drank; (2) what happened to make them stop drinking; and (3) what sobriety means to their life now.
  4. A Big Book Study - specifically designed to improve your understanding of the Big Book, Alcoholics Anonymous - a good meeting for members new to the program.

About Narcotics Anonymous

The 12-step recovery model is the most recognized method of success in sobriety. Most people have heard about Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) but not everyone has heard of Narcotics Anonymous (NA). NA is derived from the 12-step basis of Alcoholics Anonymous that is based on the idea of reliance on a Higher Power to relieve the obsession of drug addiction and alcoholism. This is achieved through working the 12 steps. NA is an international, community-based, association of recovering drug addicts.