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Directed to people leaving treatment facilities, this flyer provides information about the continuing help offered by A.A. members in the larger community.
F-4 – Free.
“Where do I go from here”0,00$ Add to cart
Adapted from the pamphlet “Too Young?”, this flyer was created for public information purposes in schools.
F-9 – Free.
A Message to Teenagers…0,00$ Add to cart
Flyer presenting easy-to-read, basic information about the Fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous.
F-1 – Free.
A.A. at a Glance0,00$ Add to cart
Directed to A.A.members seeking to carry the message to incarcerated alcoholics, this leaflet presents basic information and suggests various ways to be of service. Notes things to keep in mind when speaking in prisons and other correctional facilities.
F-5 – Free.
Carrying the Message Into Correctional facilities0,00$ Add to cart
Information on Alcoholics Anonymous for anyone new coming to A.A. and for anyone referring people to A.A.
This pamphlet presents the following points:
- What Is A.A.?
- What does A.A. do?
- What A.A. does not do?
- Members from court programs and treatment facilities
- Proof of attendance at meetings
F-2 – Free.
Information on Alcoholics Anonymous0,00$ Add to cart
Blue card to be read during a meeting. Short statement explaining what are open and closed meetings.
“This is an open/closed meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous…”
F-17 – Free.
Open and Closed Meetings Card0,00$ Add to cart
Ordered to attend A.A.? You’re not alone, and you’re not the first!
Although the strength of our program lies in the voluntary nature of membership in A.A., many of us first attended meetings because we were forced to.
You probably have many questions about Alcoholics Anonymous, just as we did.
We hope this leaflet answers some of them.
If you need it, you can get a meeting attendance record. This document is optional and groups are not required to sign it.
RSMF-1 – Free.
Ordered to Attend A.A.?0,00$ Add to cart
Excerpts from the pamphlet Problems Other than Alcohol [P-35].
Bill W.’s thoughts on the status of those addicted to drugs and other substances within A.A. are as timely as when they appeared in a 1958 Grapevine.
We encourage nonalcoholic addicts to attend “Anonymous Movements” related to their specific addictions. You are also welcome to attend “open” Alcoholics Anonymous meetings.
F-8 – Free.
Problems Other than Alcohol (excerpts)0,00$ Add to cart
An optional statement to be read at meetings, this card asks members to refrain from any behavior that may compromise another’s safety and encourages all members to take any necessary precautions to ensure their own personal safety.
F-211 – Free.
Safety Card for A.A. Groups0,00$ Add to cart
Explains the importance of the Seventh Tradition — that every group is self-supporting through its own contributions — including the spiritual significance of this principle.
F-42 – Free.
Self-Support Card0,00$ Add to cart
A full-color illustrated pamphlet that suggests ways of apportioning group contributions to support various service entities.
F-3 – Free.
Self-Support: Where Money & Spirituality Mix0,00$ Add to cart
A service piece in leaflet format for members interested in carrying the message to all alcoholics, especially those who experience barriers to access.
F-107 – Free.
Serving All Alcoholics: Making the A.A. Message Accessible0,00$ Add to cart
A.A. service piece describing the historical importance and functionality of A.A. Archives at the group, district, area, intergroup/central office, region or General Service Office levels.
F-47 – Free.
The A.A. Archives0,00$ Add to cart
This leaflet describes the role and responsibilities of a group treasurer:
- Choosing a treasurer;
- Passing the basket;
- Safeguarding the group’s money;
- Disbursement of a group’s funds;
- Treasurer reports;
- Prudent reserve;
- Opening a bank account;
F-96 – Free.
The A.A. Group Treasurer0,00$ Add to cart
This illustrated pamphlet outlines the many services that the G.S.O. provides for the A.A. Fellowship.
F-6 – Free.
Your A.A. General Service Office0,00$ Add to cart
This flyer outlines the responsibilities of the district committee member.
F-12 – Free.
Your DCM (District Committee Member)0,00$ Add to cart