The Public Information (PI) Committee is much like all of AA, where the primary purpose of members involved with PI service is to carry the AA message to the alcoholic who still suffers; they do this by educating the general public of the benefits of Alcoholics Anonymous as a resource in the community.
Working together, members of a PI committee convey AA information to the general public through activities like:
- Giving AA information talks at schools and civic organization meetings.
- Providing AA literature to schools and offices.
- Insuring local media has accurate information and providing them with AA public service announcements.
Whether you are seeking information for personal reasons or are looking to educate your employees, faculty, students or staff on Alcoholics Anonymous, the following literature should help answer and questions you may have. If you still can’t find what you’re looking for, or wish to arrange for a presentation, please contact us directly.
Cooperating with Court, D.W.I. and Similar Programs (MG-05)
Public Information (MG-07)
For A.A. Members Employed in the Alcoholism Field (MG-10)
Cooperation with the Professional Community (MG-11)
Accessibility for All Alcoholics (MG-16)
A.A. At a Glance (F-1)
Where Do I Go From Here? (F-4)
A Message to Teenagers (F-9)
A.A. Fact File (M-24)
A.A. for the Older Alcoholic – Never Too Late (P-22)
Faith Leaders Ask About A.A. (P-25)
How A.A. Members Cooperate with Professionals (P-29)
Alcoholics Anonymous in your Community (P-31)
Problems Other Than Alcohol (P-35)
Too Young? (P-37)
Speaking at non-A.A. meetings (P-40)
A Member’s Eye View of Alcoholics Anonymous (P-41)
A Brief Guide to Alcoholics Anonymous (P-42)
Understanding Anonymity (P-47)
A.A. Membership Survey (P-48)
Looking at getting into service? The following resources can help give you an understanding on the Public Information Committee’s purpose and responsibilities. If you have any further questions or would like to join the PI Committee please feel free to contact us directly.