If you are a professional (doctor, lawyer, Judge, law enforcement, correctional officer, clergy, treatment facility, educator, counselor, employer), and would like information about Alcoholics Anonymous, we would like to provide you with this information.
This information comes to you from Alcoholics Anonymous, not as a request for anything, but as an offer of A.A. services through you to (your patients, clients, students, congregation members, etc.) who may have a drinking problem. Because of your involvement, you are in a unique position to have contact with what we call the "still suffering alcoholic".
The purpose of the Cooperation With the Professional Community, A.A. Committee (or CPC Committee) is to be "friendly with our friends" in all walks of life, so that the A.A. message of personal recovery can reach more of those who need and desire our help.
Simply stated, Alcoholics Anonymous is a worldwide Fellowship of more than two million men and women who help each other maintain sobriety and who offer to share their recovery experience with others. Anyone who thinks he or she has a drinking problem is welcome at an A.A. meeting.
In our Cooperation With the Professional Community service work, we strictly adhere to our 12 Traditions, which may be viewed
Please also view our
"What A.A. Does and Does Not"
page to see what A.A. does and does not do. If you would like to attend an A.A. meeting to see what Alcoholics Anonymous does, please contact our
Cooperation with Professional Community Chair.
You may view more detailed information on the AA.org website which may be of interest to you
We cooperate, but do not affiliate with any outside enterprise.