Meeting Time: The 3rd Sunday of the month at 1:30pm at Central Office (1000 Elmwood Avenue)
What does the Treatment committee do? The treatment committee is responsible for coordinating with individual Alcoholics Anonymous members and groups to carry our message of recovery to alcoholics who are hospitalized, committed or otherwise detained in treatment institutions by bringing them meetings and literature. We also help bridge the gap and help alcoholics get connected to A.A. when they transfer from facility to the larger A.A. Community.
How do I get in touch with the Treatment committee? You can call our Central Office at (585) 232-6720 or send us an email at Office1@rochester-ny-aa.org. Our phone line is answered twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week. You will leave your contact information with whoever answers and they will forward that information on to the committee. Contact the committee chair at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What types of service work can A.A. members do at the Treatment committee? At the Treatment Committee, A.A. members can sign up for treatment meeting commitments and coordinate with their homegroups to make sure these meetings are attended and literature is distributed. There’s also opportunities to purchase and organize literature, maintain the bridging the gap list, and interface with professionals in treatment centers.
Updated Assignments go here!
A.A. in Treatment Facilities
A.A. Guidelines on Treatment
Bridging the Gap
Where do I go from here?
Rochester Area Treatment Committee Packet Rev Sept 2019