Who do I contact to change Meeting Schedule Information?

What District does my homegroup belong to?

My native language isn’t English

There are meetings in other languages and printed translations available? (contact: accessibilities@ct-aa.org )

How do I get a copy of the “Big Book” (Alcoholics Anonymous) or Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions?

At some meetings there is a literature person who is in charge of this, or once you get a sponsor, he/she will be able to get you a copy.

I’m out of work – Do I have to contribute money at the meetings?

No. Even when you have a job you don’t have to contribute. You only have to have the desire to quit drinking to attend a meeting.

How do I find a meeting?

I wish to make a contribution: Where should I send it to?

I am having some problems with someone at a meeting who is making me feel uncomfortable. What should I do?

Proof of Attendance at Meetings

Sometimes a referral source asks for proof of attendance at A.A. meetings.

Groups cooperate in different ways. There is no set procedure.

The nature and extent of any group’s involvement in this process are entirely up to the individual group. Some groups, with the consent of the prospective member, have an A.A. member acknowledge attendance on a slip that has been furnished by the referral source.

The referred person is responsible for returning the proof of attendance. This proof of attendance at meetings is not part of A.A.’s procedure.

Each group is autonomous and has the right to choose whether or not to sign court slips. In some areas, the attendees report on themselves, at the request of the referring agency, and thus alleviate braking A.A. members’ anonymity.

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