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Portland Deaf Access Committee

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The Portland Deaf Access Committee is not affiliated with Portland Area Intergroup but works together with A.A. entities in the Portland area to improve access for the hearing challenged.

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Service Committees

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Big Book, 12&12 now in American Sign Language

Big Book & 12&12 Now Available in ASL Alcoholics Anonymous, a.k.a. "The Big Book", and Twelve Steps & Twelve Traditions are now available on the AAWS YouTube channel ...
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Portland Deaf Access Committee Needs You!

The Portland Deaf Access Committee (PDAC) was established in 2001 as a group of AA members who work together to help make AA in the Portland ...
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La Viña Suscripciones de Regalo

¿Sientes agradecimiento? Ayude a llevar el mensaje Haga clic en la imagen para descargar una copia en PDF del folleto para compartir. ...
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Grapevine Gift Subscriptions

Grateful? Help Carry The Message
By Gifting An AA Grapevine Click on the image to download a PDF copy of the flyer to share. ...
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Accessibility – Open Position!

The Accessibility Committee strives to improve access to A.A. meetings, literature, and service for all newcomers and A.A. members, regardless of their abilities. Accessibility Resources ...
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Intergroup Representatives

IGRs are elected by their A.A. group to represent them at the monthly PAI meeting, and keep their group apprised on motions, activities and ongoing topics ...
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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

Correctional Facilities

Take meetings into correctional facilities & carries the AA message to the alcoholic who suffers. MCSO Volunteer application required ...
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Cooperation with Treatment Facilities

Carry the Message to Treatment Centers Your help is needed to bring A.A. meetings into treatment centers. The Treatment Committee contacts treatment centers in the Portland area to ...
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Bridging the Gap

Bridging the Gap …between those leaving treatment and the rooms of AA. Help newcomers find their way to meetings & feel more connected when they get there. Download the latest ...
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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 ...
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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 ...
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