Alcoholics Anonymous for Professionals
If You Are a Professional, A.A. Members Are Available to Cooperate with You.
Alcoholics Anonymous has many A.A. members and service committees who are available to provide professionals with information about Alcoholics Anonymous. A.A. has a long history of cooperating but not affiliating with outside organizations and being available to provide A.A. meetings or information about A.A. upon request.
- Literature – A selection of pamphlets is available free of charge for both you and those with a drinking problem.
- Presentations – Presentations can be arranged in your offices or facility by volunteer A.A. members. There is no cost for presentations.
- Open A.A. Meetings – Anyone interested in learning more about A.A. is welcome to attend “open” meetings and the following page describes the difference between Open And Closed AA Meetings. Open meetings are indicated with an “O” on the Meetings Schedule and we can arrange for an A.A. member to attend with you at no cost. A.A. is self-supporting through voluntary contributions of its members.
- In addition, much basic A.A. information, including the complete text of the book Alcoholics Anonymous, is available online at the AA World Services web site. At that site, there is also information on obtaining a free subscription to “About A.A.,” our newsletter for professionals.
- For professionals working with people who have special needs we have A.A. material and literature in Braille, videos in American Sign Language, easy-to-read pamphlets, and much more.
If you would wish any further information about Alcoholics Anonymous please call or write the Alcoholics Anonymous General Service Office at the following address or visit their website at www.aa.org.
P.O. Box 459, Grand Central Station
New York, New York 10163