3.0.5 Corrections Facilities Committee Chairperson(CF)
The Corrections Committee Chairperson will hold a committee meeting each month on the designated standing committee night as determined by the district. The Chair represents District 37 on the WWA Corrections Facilities Committee and is expected to attend that committee’s four quarterly meetings. She/he is also expected to attend the District Business Meeting, and report on the committee’s corrections related activities. The CF chair must be knowledgeable of the various facility clearance requirements and is available to assist group members in securing and completing the necessary paper work for facility access. The CF chair also encourages AA members’ participations in the Corrections Bridge program and the Corrections Correspondence Program.
- Appoint a “Pink Can” fund Coordinator. Responsibilities for collection, accounting and reporting to the District 37 “Pink Can” fund for specific donations for corrections literature. The reports should be submitted to District 37 GSRs for monthly review at the Districts meetings.
- The Bridge Program – Bridging Corrections is a program thru Alcoholics Anonymous to help people leaving a correctional facility become acquainted with A.A. and attend A.A. meetings in their home town, after they are released.
Click here to view details about upcoming Area Corrections Quarterly.
AA Approved Literature:
Click here to view ‘AA Guidelines – Corrections Committees’.
Click here to view ‘AA Guidelines – Cooperating with Court, DWI, and Similar Programs’.
Click here to view ‘The Correctional Facilities AA Group Handbook’.
Click here to view ‘Corrections Workbook‘.
Click here to view ‘AA in Correctional Facilities’.
Click here to view ‘Corrections Correspondence – a special kind of AA service’.
Click here to view ‘Carrying the Message Into Correctional Facilities’.
Click here to view ‘Memo to an Inmate Who May be an Alcoholic’.
Click here to view ‘Message to Corrections Professionals’.
Click here to view ‘AA Temporary Contact/Bridging the Gap Volunteer’.
Click here to view ‘AA Temporary Contact/Bridging the Gap Request’.
Click here to view ‘How AA Members Cooperate with Professionals’.
Click here to view ‘Speaking at Non-AA Meetings’.
Click here to view ‘Understanding Anonymity’.