Public Information/Cooperation with the Professional Community
The purpose of the Public Information Committee is to provide information about AA to anyone in the public sector who may be interested. This committee is available to make visits to schools, local businesses, church and civic groups. They are also available to staff an AA booth at health fairs and other community service events. This committee is also our link to cooperation with the media providing information on anonymity as well as providing approved public service announcements in both audio and visual format. If you would like any further information on services provided by this committee, please feel free to contact us at the Central Office.
The purpose of the Cooperation with the Professional Community Committee is to provide information about AA to those who have contact with alcoholics through their profession. Examples are: physicians, nurses, lawyers, judges, probation officers, social workers, pharmacists, and employee assistance professionals. This committee is available to make visits to the professional community as well as students pursuing careers in these fields. They are also available to staff an AA booth at conventions and seminars directly or indirectly related to those dealing with alcoholics. If you would like any further information on services provided by this committee, please feel free to contact us at the Central Office.
BRIDGE THE GAP
Bridge the Gap is a transitional program directed towards individuals who want to continue their sobriety after leaving a treatment or correctional facility. Bridge the Gap members are “temporary contacts” who will accompany new members to AA meetings, help them meet people in recovery, get phone numbers and contacts, and answer AA related questions as they make their transition into the AA community. If you, or anyone you know, would be interested in this program, please feel free to contact us at the Central Office.
The Magazine of Recovery for the Greater Cincinnati
Fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous
Footsteps is published monthly by the Greater Cincinnati Area Central Office and mailed to subscribers. In each issue you will find articles of interest to the recovering alcoholic, information on upcoming group, community and intergroup events and activities, the latest area meeting changes, Central Office financial information and much more. It’s a great way to share the experience, strength and hope that each of us finds in Recovery. An annual subscription of 12 issues is only $8.00.