Public Information (PI)-The purpose of P.I. service work is to provide accurate A.A. information to the public when requested. PI committee visits schools, businesses and community meetings for this purpose.
PI committee also serves as a resource for our friends in the local media, emphasizing our Traditions of anonymity, singleness of purpose and non-affiliation, as well as offering A.A. public service announcements to radio and television stations.
Cooperation with the Professional Community (CPC)-Members of these committees provide information about A.A. to those who have contact with alcoholic anonymous through their profession. This group includes Health Care professionals, educators, members of the clergy, lawyers, social workers, union leaders and industrial managers as well as those working in the field of alcoholism. Information is provided about where we are, what we are, what we can do, and what we cannot do.
A.A. Guidelines are compiled from the shared experience of A.A. members in the various areas. They also reflect guidance
given through the Twelve Traditions and the General Service Conference (U.S. and Canada). In keeping with our Tradition of Autonomy, except in matters affecting other groups or A.A. as a whole, most decisions are made by the group conscience of the members involved. The purpose of these Guidelines is to assist in reaching an informed group conscience.
CLICK HEREfor the GSO suggested guidelines for your PI/CPC Committee.
PI/CPC-Resources and Information
CLICK HERE for more information on Alcoholics Anonymous-for new members or if you are referring someone to A.A.
CLICK HERE-Pamphlet-A.A. as a Resource for the Healthcare Professional
CLICK HERE-Open letter to Healthcare professionals
CLICK HERE-Pamphlet-A Message to Corrections Professionals
CLICK HERE-A.A. as a Resource for Drug and Alcohol Court
CLICK HERE-Pamphlet-Members of the Clergy Ask About A.A.
CLICK HERE-Pamphlet-Is there a Problem Drinker in the Workplace?
CLICK HERE-Pamphlet-If you are a professional
CLICK HERE-Pamphlet-Understanding Anonymity
CI/PCP MEETING 11/13/2022 @1PM
24 CLUB 1142 W Eikel St New Braunfels, Tx.
Cooperating with nonalcoholic professionals is an effective way to carry the message to the sick alcoholic. Such people often meet the alcoholic in places where A.A. is not present. Through professionals, alcoholics may be reached who might otherwise never find the program, or they may be reached sooner with the help of informed non-A.A.s. There is a long list of who they might be. Many of these people often encounter the suffering alcoholic, and in spite of public awareness, many of them simply don’t know what to do with a drunk.
Please come to the first meeting to begin planning for the 2023 PI/CPC conference in summer 2023. There are a wide variety of service positions available where you can help as much or as little as you have available. Come check it out!
Public Information & Cooperation with the Professional Community PI/CPC