Accessibility

The AA World Service Office in New York has many types of AA literature for alcoholics with special needs.  The Big Book and Twelve and Twelve are available on DVD with American Sign Language (ASL) closed-captioned.  Audio formats and braille books and some pamphlets are also available, as well as large print versions of our basic literature and pamphlets.  You may contact the General Service Office, (GSO), at Box 459, Grand Central Station, New York, NY 10163 – phone 212/ 870-3400 or check their website at the link below.

Many deaf AA’s or home bound members participate in the Loners-Internationalists Meeting (LIM), and in the World Hello correspondence service.  A large number of online meetings and computer bulletin boards are available.  One source for information about these is the Online Intergroup of AA, www.aa-intergroup.org

Use the links at below for information on how A.A. members with special needs find recovery in Alcoholics Anonymous.

A.A. Guideline – Serving Alcoholics with Special Need

A.A. Guideline – Carrying the A.A. Message to the Deaf Alcoholic

Request for Interpreter

Western Washington Area 72 Accessibility Information
you will be redirected to WW Area 72 website

Alcoholics Anonymous World Services Accessibility Information
you will be redirected to aa.org website

If you would like further information about special needs / accessibilities
service work within District 24 contact: dist.24.accessibilitychair@gmail.com

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