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Accessibility – Open Position!

Some of the resources available to alcoholics with accessibility challenges: Alcoholics Anonymous, “the Big Book”, is now available in American Sign Language on DVD Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions, the “12 & 12”, is now available in American Sign Language on DVD The Portland Deaf Access Committee is not affiliated with Portland Area Intergroup but […]

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Hotline

Hotline volunteers keep the phones staffed 24-hours a day by taking calls from home and are often a newcomer’s first contact with AA. Qualifications One year current and continuous sobriety Must have a sponsor Must have a home group Must have a desire to help the still suffering alcoholic To volunteer for the Hotline, please complete […]

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Public Information & CPC

Your help is needed to carry the A.A. message to the public and to professionals who may come into contact with alcoholics. Cooperation with the Professional Community Keeping the professional community that works with alcoholics, such as medical & treatment professionals, clergy, lawyers, educators & law enforcement, informed about AA. Public Information Public Information Committee provides panels to meet with […]

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Website Committee

Our committee aims to promote unity, service and recovery in the Portland metro area through accurate & easily accessible digital materials including website announcements, the on-line meeting list and integration with the Meeting Guide app, information on service committees, email accounts, and support for our newsletter email distribution.

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