Be a volunteer and represent your district on the public information committee. Help us carry the message into our community. The purpose of this committee is to carry the message of Alcoholics Anonymous to the alcoholic who still suffers through the use of the media and public speakers. This committee serves as the central source of information that is made available to the public regarding Alcoholics Anonymous. The committee ensures that any information the public receives is correct and is given within the guidelines of the Twelve Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous.

Contact the PI chair by emailing pi@ct-aa.org.

How You Can Help

Presently, we are working on many projects for PI. In addition to updating the web site, we bring books to libraries, public service announcements (psa’s), Youth speaker program for schools, health fairs and getting volunteers to take a commitment to maintain a literature rack at a library, hospital, social service, etc. This is called ‘adopt a rack’. If you are interested in volunteering or getting information on volunteering please click this link.

Public service announcements (PSA’s) are available for download or viewing from the GSO website, www.aa.org.

Public Information Workbook

The Public Information Workbook is part of a kit that describes what AA can and cannot do in carrying the message to the general public. Click here to read the PI Workbook on www.aa.org.