Corrections Committee

The Corrections Committee seeks to carry the message to incarcerated alcoholics by bringing meetings and literature into facilities, raising awareness of the Corrections Correspondence Service (C.C.S.) among “inside” and “outside” A.A. members and helping individuals in custody transition to a local A.A. community through Prerelease Contacts

Corrections Literature

Corrections
The workbook is a valuable resource, compiled from shared A.A. service experience. It provides guidance, and ideas for A.A. members carrying the message "behind the walls."
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The Corrections Kit contains the workbook, corrections- specific pamphlets, DVDs, guides to using Grapevine and LaViña in corrections work, and more.
Directed to A.A.members seeking to carry the message to incarcerated alcoholics, this leaflet presents basic information and suggests various ways to be of service. Notes things to keep in mind when speaking in prisons and other correctional facilities.
For correctional professionals including probation officers, prison administrators, and those in the judicial system who deal with alcoholics, this pamphlet explains how A.A. groups function in prisons and offers institutional opinions recommending A.A. as a helpful ally.
In the spirit of cooperating with correctional facility requirements for correspondence and mail, here are some suggested guidelines drawn from shared experience to help you when writing to A.A. members on the “inside”
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The A.A. Corrections Prerelease Contact Program connects the A.A. member being released from prison with Alcoholics Anonymous in their community. This leaflet explains the procedures for A.A. members "on the outside."
A New Freedom
A.A. In Correctional Facilities
Carrying the Message Behind These Walls
If you would like more information from the Corrections Committee, please send us an email by filling out the form below.