Accessibilities Committee - District 1
The District 1 Accessibilities Committee meets virtually. Any AA member interested in learning more or becoming part of our committee please email us or attend the next online committee business meeting using the information posted below.
When: Monthly on the 3rd Thursday at 5:30pm
ID: 656 169 2020
The purpose of the Accessibilities Committee is to help make A.A. accessible to every member who desires it. This includes, but is not limited to, those who are blind/visually impaired, Deaf or hard of hearing, those with mobility issues, homebound and/or live in assisted living facilities or nursing homes.
These are A.A. members who wish to have the same privileges and responsibilities as all A.A. members regarding the activities we all consider necessary for our continuous sobriety. These include regularly attending meetings and special AA functions; speaking at meetings; and participating in 12 step work, sponsorship, and service on both the local and area levels.
This committee is dedicated to bringing Alcoholics Anonymous meetings to the underserved members and we need your help. Please contact us to join the committee or volunteer.
If you would like to get involved with the accessibilities committee, learn more about what we do, or would like to take meetings into local hospitals, rehabs, nursing facilities, or pinellas hope, please use our sign up form below.
ASL Interpreters Are Available For:
District One Meetings
Monthly Committee Meetings
All District One Events
(including: Founder’s Monthly Day Celebration, Delegate’s Report, Carry the Message Day, etc.)
Please request interpreter at least 2 weeks prior to the event.
The following pamphlets provide additional information regarding Accessibilities.
Serving all alcoholics
Carrying the message to deaf alcoholics
Accessibility for all alcoholics
Access to A.A.
A.A. for alcoholics with mental health issues
Accessibilities checklist for groups