Practical experience shows nothing will so much insure immunity from drinking as intensive work with other alcoholics. It works when other activities fail. This is our twelfth suggestion: Carry this message to other alcoholics! You can help when no one else can. You can secure their confidence when others fail. Remember they are very ill.”
(Alcoholics Anonymous – page 89).
Members of C.P.C. committees inform professionals and future professionals about A.A.— what we are, where we are, what we can do, and what we cannot do. They attempt to establish better communication between A.A.s and professionals, and to find simple, effective ways of cooperating without affiliating.
FINANCE COMMITTEE This committee meets on the 3rd Thursday of every month at 7 pm at the Intergroup Office. The Finance Committee is responsible for making recommendations to the Association, Steering Committee and office staff about how best to spend our Seventh...read more
Did you ever wonder who answers the phones when the Intergroup office is closed? Interphones does.read more
Round Up coming soon! Friday to Sunday, April 7 to 9, 2017 at the Grand Hotel in Cape May New Jersey.
Reach out to the Special Events Committee to get more information.
Like any other A.A. service, the primary purpose of those involved in archival work is to carry the message of Alcoholics Anonymous. Archives service work is more than mere custodial activity; it is the means by which we collect, preserve, and share the rich and meaningful heritage of our Fellowship.read more
By adopting an institution, your group members will have weekly contact with those who still suffer from active alcoholism.read more
Does your group want a Unity pitch? The Unity Committee visits other groups and explains the various ways you and your group can get into service.
For December only, the Unity Committee will have a teleconference call for their meeting on 12/20/2016. Call 888-330-1716 access 5181262# at 7 pm to join in at this meeting.read more
The purpose of PI service work is to provide accurate AA information to the public when requested.read more
Statistics show that approximately 80% of inmates should be classified as alcoholics, and we may be the only opportunity they have to hear the A.A. message.read more