Cooperation with the Professional Community / Public Information (CPC/PI) e-mail
Works with local A.A. members to inform professionals and the general public of what A.A. can and cannot do.
Upon invitation, makes presentations and/or displays available at public events and meetings of professional organizations.
Works with local, state and federal corrections professionals and with local A.A. members to make the program and the fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous available to inmates.
Coordinates state-wide efforts to arrange outside contacts for inmates upon release.
Works with local A.A. members to inform treatment professionals and clients of what A.A. can and cannot do.
Coordinates efforts to bring A.A. meetings into treatment facilities and to provide outside contacts to individuals upon release.
Informs A.A. members of General Service Conference-approved literature.
Takes literature displays to events around the state.
Encourages members to subscribe to the Grapevine and La Viña magazines, and informs them of related books and other special items available.
Takes Grapevines literature displays to events around the state.
Works with AA members to facilitate contact with alcoholics with accessibility needs.
Coordinates efforts to improve meeting accessibility.