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Cooperation with the Professional Community

Seeks to create mutual understanding and cooperation between A.A. and the professional community. Makes general information about AA available to those in fields such as health care, education, law enforcement, and social work. Provides schedules, pamphlets, videos, etc., to professionals.

If this type of service work is of interest to you, we encourage you to read the pamphlets How A.A. Members Cooperate with Professionals” and “Information on Alcoholics Anonymous”. We also invite you to attend the Area 31 CPC meetings held on the 2nd Tuesdays of each month. All A.A. members are welcome.

C.P.C. recorded presentation for professionals

The Area 31 C.P.C. committee developed a recorded presentation as a resource to reach professionals who work with alcoholics. This short, 10-minute recording provides an overview of the A.A. recovery program, how to access meetings, including virtual meetings, and other resources available specifically for professionals. We have made this presentation available on the Area 31 website so members of the Fellowship can access it and share it with professionals in their life as they deem appropriate.

The C.P.C. committee is available to speak with any professional individually or as a group who has questions or wants to learn more about Alcoholics Anonymous. We will also attend an open meeting (virtually or in person as permitted) with a professional to observe a meeting first-hand. We can be reached at .

Short video for professionals from CPC. (mp4 file format)

C.P.C. - Please note the time has changed! 6:30 pm – 2nd Tuesdays
United Methodist Church - 30 Carew St., South Hadley, MA
Temporarily meeting on Zoom. Click here for meeting info.

Area 31 CPC Committee e-mail:

AA. Guidelines on Cooperation with the Professional Community
A.A. Guidelines on Court DUI and similar programs
C.P.C. Workbook
Information on Alcoholics Anonymous
About A.A. - Newsletter for Professionals
Let's Be Friendly With Our Friends
A.A. as a Resource for the Health Care Professional
A.A. as a Resource for Drug & Alcohol Court Professionals
A Message to Correctional Professionals
Members of the Clergy Ask About Alcoholics Anonymous
Is There an Alcoholic in the Workplace?
Problems Other Than Alcohol
This Is A.A.
A.A. at a Glance
A Brief Guide to Alcoholics Anonymous
A Members-Eye View of Alcoholics Anonymous

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