Information about AA for Professionals who work with problem Drinkers and alcoholics
Alcoholics Anonymous has many A.A. members and service committees who are available to provide professionals with information about Alcoholics Anonymous. A.A. has a long history of cooperating but not affiliating with outside organizations and being available to provide A.A. meetings or information about A.A. upon request. For professionals working with people who have special needs we have A.A. material and literature in Braille, videos in American Sign Language, easy-to-read pamphlets, and much more.
Please feel free to read on-line or subscribe to About AA - A Newsletter for Professionals
Direct Committee Contact:
- AA Video for Health Care Professionals.
- AA as a Resource for the Healthcare Professional.
- Three Talks to Medical Societies by Bill W. co-founder of A.A.
Hamilton Correctional Services Committee
The primary purpose of the committee is to carry the A.A. message and supply literature.
The committee chairperson and coordinators shall deal directly with the staff and personnel of the institution.
To become a volunteer in the institution requires a minimum continuous sobriety of two years. Because we are entering highly restricted areas there are application forms to be completed and submitted to the institution. A police background check is completed. A personal interview is conducted and an orientation session must be attended.
If this is something you would like to do, you must be an A.A. member. You can submit your name and how you would like to be contacted via this website (Contact Institutions Chairperson) or at:A.A. Central Office,
627 Main Street East, Suite # 205
Phone no.: 905-522-8399
- Urgent need for volunteers to the Hamilton Wentworth Detention Centre. (Click here for details)