3.0.9 Treatment Facilities Committee Chairperson.
The District Treatment Facilities 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 and by the District’s contact point for the area’s Treatment Faculties Bridging the Gap program. Also, expected, to attend the District37 Business Meeting, and report on the committee’s related Treatment activities. The District Treatment chair follows the AA Guidelines for Treatment Faculties, the Treatment Faculties handbook and the AA Guidelines for Treatment Faculties Committees. The chair also becomes familiar with literature pertinent to Treatment activities, and does not provide treatment literature to the facilities.
Responsibilities include maintaining regular contact with local treatment facilities personnel, scheduling speakers and meetings at the facilities, and encouraging participation by home group members in related activities.
Treatment Literature Resources: (Printing a single copy of this item is permitted, in accordance with the A.A. World Services, Inc. https://aa.org/pages/en_US/content-use-policy)
- Click here to view ‘AA Guidelines – Treatment Committees’.
- Click here to view ‘AA Guidelines – Cooperating with Courts, DWI, and Similar Programs’.
- Click here to view ‘Treatment Committee Workbook’.
- Click here to view ‘Presentation: What AA Is And What It Is Not (To Alcoholism Treatment Facility Clients)‘.
- Click here to view ‘Presentation: What AA Is And What It Is Not (To Treatment Facility Administrators & Professional Staff‘.
- Click here to view ‘Bridging the Gap Between treatment and AA Through Contact Programs’.
- Click here to view ‘AA in Treatment Settings’.
- 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 ‘Understanding Anonymity’.
- Click here to view ‘Speaking at Non-AA Meetings’.