SMF-123 - Loners Internationalists Correspondence Service
Remote Communities Committees

Remote Communities Committees assist A.A. members who live in underserved or remote communities — communities that are difficult to reach because of geography, language or culture. It could be a community that is remotely situated, or right around the corner. Members may be faced with travel or geographic challenges or may face barriers such as language, cultural considerations and/or anything else that could separate a person who needs A.A. from our lifesaving program of recovery.

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REMOTE COMMUNITIES COMMITTEES RESOURCES

Access Alcoholics Anonymous,the Big Book, and Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions on .pdf, A.S.L. and in audio formats.

The resources below (available in PDF format) contain A.A. shared experience on Twelve Step work. Local general service committees and local intergroup/central office committees may have further experience to share.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

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