Responsibilities of the Committee
The Accessibilities Committee will help carry the A.A. message to Alcoholics for whom it is difficult to attend meetings regularly such as those with chronic illness or with physical limitations in sight, hearing or mobility, the home bound or persons with limited reading skills, and others who many have less visible challenges.
How the Accessibilities committee seeks to serve
- Take meetings into homes
- Help with mobility issues
- Help with online meetings
We have listed some resources below which we hope you will find helpful
Click on this Link to be directed to A.A. Intergroup Online which has meetings available in ASL, text, and email for the deaf and hard of hearing.
There are also meetings available for the blind, visually impaired, and several different languages.
Deaf Online AA Meetings – Click on Link
Click on this Link to be directed to the A.A. Guidelines for alcoholics who have difficulties participating in Alcoholics Anonymous due to accessibility barriers.
Click on this link to be directed to the A.A. guidelines for Sharing the A.A. Message with the Alcoholic Who Is Deaf
If you would like assistance or are interested in becoming an active member of the Accessibilities Committee, please feel free to contact us by completing the form below. Or contacting us at (954)-372-7880