May 2015

The May Issue of Grapevine Is Here!

AAs share their experiences doing service with CPC in this month's special section

In "Working With Others," our co-founder, Bill W., suggests that while helping an alcoholic we may want to "let the doctor, if he will, tell him he has something in the way of a solution." But how will the doctor know about AA or where to find us? Committees on Cooperation With the Professional Community (CPC) are made up of members who bring AA information to professionals—such as doctors, lawyers, judges, clergy and therapists—who come in contact with alcoholics. In his 1958 Grapevine essay, "Let's Be Friendly with Our Friends," Bill wrote, "So let us work alongside all these projects of promise to hasten the recovery of those millions who have not yet found their way out." This month's special section features stories of the many ways AAs provide this important service.


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