Public Information Committee

The PI Chair is responsible for making AA accessible when anyone reaches out for help, (by informing the public and carrying the message of AA OUTSIDE of AA).

(No official job description yet – District Handbook has not been updated)

Duties: To attend all monthly District meetings, keep and update the district meeting schedule, provide groups with a reproducible copy of the meeting schedule, add/drop meetings from the schedule according to District 21 guidelines, make schedules and liturature available in public places (hotels, motels, libraries, police departments, public announcement boards, etc), keep an effective phone system available for meeting schedules and 12th step work, provide informed AA speakers for public groups which request more info about AA, and attend all Area 72 PI committee quarterlies.

Public Information (P.I.) in Alcoholics Anonymous means carrying the message of recovery to the still suffering alcoholic by informing the general public about the A.A. program.  If you are sober and have a desire to serve, you can help! When they have had enough, we want A.A. to be there in the yellow pages and other publications and media offering our help.

When anyone anywhere reaches out for help, I want the hand of A.A. always to be there. And for that… I AM RESPONSIBLE.

AA Guidelines from GSO

A.A. Guidelines are compiled from the shared experience of A.A. members in various service areas. They also reflect guidance given through the Twelve Traditions and the General Service Conference (U.S. and Canada). The purpose of these Guidelines is to assist in reaching an informed group conscience….[View AA Guidelines]

Print Friendly