- Deals with the general public
- Gives talks at schools to students and/or parents
- Gives talks at churches when addressing the congregation
- Gives talks at businesses and corporations when addressing when addressing the general employee population
- Provides a booth or table at community health fairs
- Places A.A. literature in libraries, Chambers of Commerce, schools, doctor's offices, churches, buses, etc.
- Provides A.A. public service announcements (PSA) tapes and scripts to local TV and radio stations
- Gives anonymous talks on radio and TV
- Carries the A.A. messsage to any public function when asked to do so
South Carolina Alcoholics Anonymous
Cooperation with the Professional Community Committee
P.I. / C.P.C. What's the Difference? And Who Does What?
P.I. = PUBLIC INFORMATION
C.P.C. = COOPERATION WITH THE PROFESSIONAL COMMUNITY
- Deals with professionals in the community
- Gives talks at professional seminars, business functions when addressing the management staff
- Gives talk at schools to the staff and administration
- Gives talks at health fairs and seminars conducted for the professional, such as, doctors, nurses, teachers, nurses, teachers, clergy, media, judges lawyers, court officials, etc.
- Sends annual letters to the media informing them of the Eleventh Tradition (Anonymity)
- Sends annual letters to the schools and churches informing school administrators and the clergy that A.A. is available and what and who we are
- Sends annual letters to the magistrates and treatment centers informing them of the Fifth Tradition (Singleness of purpose, what A.A. is and is not)
- Sends annual letters to funeral directors informing them of the Seventh Tradition (No funds can be accepted from a non-A.A. member as a memorial to the deceased).
Note: This is a simplified guide. Some responsibilities of each committee may cross over to the other. Just remember to KEEP IT SIMPLE.
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