For More Information
Further Resources for Healthcare Professionals
To learn more, visit www.aa.org, and click on "Information for the Professional."
Some other resources:
- Still Coming of Age: A Trustee Looks at AA [PDF]
An interview with Jim Estelle, a former Class A (nonalcoholic) Trustee Emeritus of the Alcoholics Anonymous General Service Board who has worked in the corrections field for his career.
- Keynote address by Alan Ault [PDF]
The Keynote of the 2007 AA General Service Conference. Alan Ault is also a former Class A (nonalcoholic) Trustee Emeritus of the Alcoholics Anonymous General Service Board.
Learn more about alcoholism and the family, women in AA, alcoholism and mental illness, AA in prison, young people, newcomers, and old-timers by visiting the AA Grapevine’s Digital Archive. Also learn more from Alcoholics Anonymous World Service Office.
Resources from the AA World Service website:
- AA Guidelines on Cooperation with the Professional Community (CPC) [PDF]
- Newsletter for Professionals from Alcoholics Anonymous
- About AA: The AA Grapevine: AA’s Meeting in Print [PDF]
Want to find an AA meeting?
Professionals who want to refer someone to a meeting can find local AA meetings in their area by visiting www.aa.org and clicking on the tab "How to Find A.A. Meetings." Local AA intergroups and central offices are also listed in telephone directories.
Or go to: Contact Local AA
In addition, professionals wishing to learn more about Alcoholics Anonymous can visit www.aa.org, and click on "Information for the Professional."
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AA's guiding principles
Behind the Scenes
- Personal Stories
AA's tales of recovery
Tragedy in the Night
- Twelve Steps
AA's blueprint for sobriety
The Road from Reno
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Like a Duckling
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A River Runs Through It
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