For AA Members:
Looking to carry the message of AA? The Cooperation with the Professional Community (C.P.C.) Committee has a variety of ways you can get involved. Opportunities are available whether you want to be an active committee member, or simply be involved in a small way such as bringing an informational packet to your primary care physician. Many AA members were referred by a professional (doctor, lawyer, social worker, etc.). This is a vital AA service. Members of the professional community have been our advocates since the early days of AA in the 1930’s. This has played a key role in AA’s growth. Alcoholics Anonymous has maintained a policy of being “friendly with our friends.” If you wish to get involved, contact us at email@example.com.
For A.A. Members Employed in the Alcoholism Field:
The C.P.C. Committee is available to offer you resources as well! As an AA member who is also employed in a helping profession, you may have certain questions about anonymity, affiliation, and other concerns involving the difference between your job and Alcoholics Anonymous. The AA Guidelines for AA Members Employed in the Alcoholism Field may be of particular interest available for viewing on aa.org, and we are also available to answer any questions you may have.