District 60 Committees

To effectively carry the message of recovery to the still sufferring alcoholic District 60 has created a number of committees. Each of the listed committees performs vital work in their area of responsibility, following our traditions and guidelines provided by A.A.'s General Service Office. Those who are interested in learning more about the various functions of any of the committees can see a short description of each committee below. Those interested in being of service on any of the committees should start by first contacting their Group Service Representative (GSR) or by sending an email to us through our contact us page in order to be directed to the Committee Chairperson.

Grapevine/Gratitude Committee - The Grapevine Committee is responsible for making us aware of the services and resources offered by The Grapevine © Organization. The Gratitude Committee informs our members of the opportunity to contribute to the District or Area via the Gratitude Plan.

Public Information Committee (PI) - The P.I. Committee is responsible for creating a greater understanding of — and preventing misunderstandings of — the A.A. program through the public media, electronic media, P.I. meetings, and speaking to community groups.

Cooperation with the Professional Community Committee (CPC) - The CPC Committee is responsible for suggesting policies and recommending activities that will help carry the message to the still-suffering alcoholic through sharing information about the A.A. program with professional groups and individuals who have contact with alcoholics, furthering mutual understanding and cooperation between A.A. and professionals, and increasing awareness of members and outside groups and organizations on ways of cooperating with others without affiliating.

Archives Committee - The Archives collects AA memorabilia with historical significance. A display of some of the collection is maintained in the Intergroup office. Of particular interest are items of a local nature, although any and all AA memorabilia and documents are highly prized. If you have any such material and were thinking of disposing of it we ask that you instead share it with fellow AA members. Please bring or send any old documents, literature, or other items to the office for inclusion in our archives. They will be treasured.

Bridging the Gap/Treatment - The Bridging the Gap Committee (BTG) provides clients being released from a facility with a temporary contact and a plan to get them to A. A. meetings immediately on discharge from the facility. The Treatment Facilities Committee coordinates the work of individual A.A. members and groups in carrying our message of recovery to alcoholics in treatment facilities.

Corrections Committee - The Correctional Facilities Committee coordinates the work of individual A.A. members and groups in carrying our message of recovery to alcoholics in correctional facilities.

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Media Services - The Media Services Committee assists the groups in their use of the District website, operates the web site, and reviews all original media insuring that all Twelve Traditions and Twelve Concepts are followed.

Language Services - The Language Services Committee provides non-English speaking members the opportunity to participate fully in Area Third Legacy service. This committee helps overcome the language barrier experienced by non-English speaking members, by providing translators, translating equipment, and bilingual printed materials. This allows those who would otherwise be unable to serve because of language barriers, to be of service to other Area service committees where language keeps us from reaching all that wish to recover.


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