Local Contacts and Information
|Appleton Hotline - 24 Hours||920-731-4331|
|Oshkosh Helpline - 24 Hours||920-410-4620|
|District Committee Member||Email Barry B.|
|Treasurer||Email Kathy L.|
|Newsletter||Email Bob K.|
General Information: Email District 02 with questions or for general information about Alcoholics Anonymous. Email General Information
Current Local Meeting List: Open Printable Adobe .pdf
Is Your Group Linked to A.A. as a Whole?: Open Printable Adobe .pdf
Alcoholics Anonymous New Group Form: Open Printable Adobe .pdf
Alcoholics Anonymous Group Information Change Form: Open Printable Adobe .pdf
2011 Delegate Workshop Minutes: Open Printable Adobe .pdf
Reminder - Tradition 11 states - Our public relations policy is based on attraction rather than promotion; we need always maintain personal anonymity at the level of press, radio, and films.
Publicly accessible aspects of the Internet such as Web sites featuring text, graphics, audio and video ought to be considered another form of "public media". Thus, they need to be treated in the same manner as press, radio, TV and films. This means that full names and faces should not be used. However, the level of anonymity in e-mail, online meetings and chat rooms would be a personal decision.
Answering Service and Hotline: Email Questions and Comments
A.A. Guidelines for A.A. Answering Services: Open Printable Adobe .pdf
Archives: Matters regarding historical records of Alcoholics Anonymous for Area 74 District 02. Email Questions and Comments
A.A. Guidelines for Archives: Open Printable Adobe .pdf
Cooperation with the Professional Community: Matters regarding A.A.’s relationship with the Professional Community, including research inquiries from students at institutions of higher learning. Email Questions and Comments
A.A. Guidelines for Cooperation with the Professional Community: Open Printable Adobe .pdf
Area 74 CPC Contact Information: Open Printable Adobe .pdf
Matters regarding carrying the AA
message into a variety of correctional settings. All inquiries from Correctional
Facilities and Institutions.
Email Questions and Comments
Bridging the Gap: Bridging the Gap is a program that links A.A. Members inside the jail and prisons, to members on the outside. To learn more about the program and to volunteer your experience, strength and hope, please complete and send the following form to the address at its bottom. Open Printable Adobe .pdf
A.A. Guidelines for Correctional Facilities: Open Printable Adobe .pdf
Public Information: Matters regarding A.A.’s relationship with the general public including schools, students and Media professionals. Questions pertaining to the Anonymity of AA members at the public level. Email Questions and Comments
A.A. Guidelines for Public Information: Open Printable Adobe .pdf
Treatment Facilities Committee: Matters regarding carrying the AA message into hospitals, rehabilitation centers and treatment facilities. Email Questions and Comments
A.A. Guidelines for Treatment Facilities Committees: Open Printable Adobe .pdf
District 02 Grapevine Representative: Email Questions and Comments
A.A. General Service
Office Contact Information
A.A. Group Services: Matters regarding informational and service material available from the General Service Office of Alcoholics Anonymous. All inquiries from Spanish speaking members and groups in the US and Canada. Liaison to Central Offices and Intergroups in the U.S. and Canada, Remote Communities and for the G.S.O. Web Site. Email A.A. Group Services
A.A. recovery literature including changes to
existing recovery literature and Box 4-5-9. All inquiries from Literature
Committees in the US and Canada.
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