Corrections Committee

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Corrections committee members carry the A.A. message to the confined alcoholic who wants to live sober, one day at a time. Through a corrections committee working with corrections personnel, alcoholics are reached who might never otherwise find the A.A. program.


An active corrections committee is a vital link to prisons and jails, providing professionals and other workers in correctional facilities with information about A.A., literature, and guidelines for setting up A.A. groups on the inside.

A.A. in correctional

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A.A. members and groups carry a message of hope to those who are in custody.

Additional Resources


A Message to Corrections Professionals: Alcoholics Anonymous wants to work with you


This service links A.A. members who are incarcerated with A.A. members on the outside so that both can share their experience, strength, and hope with each other.


Basic information on A.A. both for those who think they may have a drinking problem and for those who come in contact with them.


Understanding Anonymity explains clearly what anonymity means within and outside of A.A.