PI/CPC (Public Information/Cooperation w/Professional Community)

3.0.6 Cooperation with the Professional Community Chairperson(CPC)

The District CPC chairperson will hold a committee meeting of that committee each month on the designated standing committee night as determined by the district. The   chair is expected to attend the WWA four quarterly meetings also expected to attend the District37 Business Meeting, and report on the committee’s CPC related activities. The district CPC chair follows the AA guidelines for the CPC Handbook available from GSO. The chair is also to be familiar with AA literature that may be helpful to professionals who have contact with alcoholics. Professionals include physicians, nurses, members of the clergy, lawyers, judges, social workers, union leaders and industrial managers as well as those working in the field of alcoholism.

3.0.8 Public Information Committee Chairperson (PI)

The District PI chairperson will hold a committee meeting of that committee each month on the designated standing committee night as determined by the district. The chair is expected to attend the WWA four quarterly meetings. Also, expected, to attend the District37 Business Meeting, and report on the committee’s related PI activities. The District PI chair follows the AA Guidelines for PI and the PI handbook and the AA Guidelines for PI Committees. The chair also becomes familiar with literature pertinent to public information.

 

PI/CPC Literature Resources:

Click here to view ‘AA Guidelines – Cooperation with the Professional Community’.

Click here to view ‘AA Guidelines – Cooperating with Court, DWI, and Similar Programs’.

Click here to view ‘Cooperation with the Professional Community Workbook’.

Click here to view ‘AA Guidelines on Public Information’.

Click here to view ‘Public Information Workbook’.

Click here to view ‘Public Information Suggestions for Local P.I. Activity’.

Click here to view ‘How AA Members Cooperate with Professionals’.

Click here to view ‘About AA – Newsletter for Professionals’.

Click here to view ‘Let’s be Friendly with Our Friends: Friends on the Alcoholism Front’.

Click here to view ‘Members of the Clergy Ask About Alcoholics Anonymous’.

Click here to view ‘About AA – A Newsletter for Professionals/Summer 2020’.

Click here to view ‘AA as a Resource for the Health Care Professional’.

Click here to view ‘If You Are a Professional…AA wants to work with you’.

Click here to view ‘AA in Your Community…How the Fellowship of AA Works in Your Community to Help Alcoholics’.

Click here to view ‘Speaking at Non-AA Meetings’.

Click here to view ‘AA Guidelines – Relationship Between AA & Al-Anon’.

Click here to view ‘Understanding Anonymity’.