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LETTER TO THE MEDIA

This letter was written in March 2009 by the World Service of Alcoholics Anonymous addressed to the media and thanking them for there support since 1935. Click here

WORKING WITH THE PROFESSIONAL

If you are a professional AA wants to work with you. We are seeking to strengthen and expand our communication with the helping professional and we welcome your comments and suggestions. They help us to work more effectively with you in achieving our common purpose… To help the still suffering alcoholic. Please read the attached (PDF) leaflet Working with you the Professional….

About AA for the professional. The current newsletter

THE HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONAL

Many health care professionals have found effective ways to refer people to Alcoholics Anonymous. Please read this leaflet about how we can support each others objectives to help the alcoholic. Click here for pdf leaflet..

THE PRISON SERVICE

Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is an honest desire to stop drinking . AA has no dues or fees. It is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution. Does not wish to engage in any controversy. Neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety.

A message for the prisons service from AA… leaflet

THE CLERGY

Alcoholics Anonymous is not a religious society, however we are deeply indebted to members of the clergy of many faiths, who have befriended the fellowship since its founding in 1935. As a member of the clergy, you may have some questions about Alcoholics Anonymous. We have prepared this leaflet to answer most of your questions and if you need more answers we will try to satisfy your request. Questions answered for the Clergy

COOPERATION NOT AFFILIATION

To: Judges, attorneys, probation officers, court-appointed counselors and other referring professionals

Cooperation with the professional community has been an objective of A.A. since our beginnings. We are always seeking to strengthen and expand our communication with you and we welcome your comments and suggestions. Many local A.A. service committees will, upon request, provide informational presentations to you.

How Alcoholics Anonymous Can Be A Resource • What A.A. does • What A.A. does not do