Cooperation with the Professional Community

Reviewing the Laws

Purpose

C.P.C. committees inform professionals and future professionals about A.A.— what we are, where we are, what we can do, and what we cannot do.

 
They attempt to establish better communication between A.A.s and professionals, and to find simple, effective ways of cooperating without affiliating.

A.A. Information for Professionals

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A.A. communicates with professionals such as: doctors and other health care professionals, members of the clergy, law enforcement and court officials, educators, social workers, alcoholism counselors, therapists, and others who deal with problem drinkers in the course of their work.

Additional Resources

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This pamphlet discusses how A.A. members cooperate with professionals.

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Introduction to A.A. for members of the clergy seeking understanding of its program.

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Of interest to employers, human resources professionals and union officials, this leaflet gives a concise description of the help A.A. can offer to the alcoholic employee.