have a Treatment Meeting
meeting has two people assigned to it
so that each person is taking a meeting
in every other week. Your
alternate will switch days
with you, fill in when life
happens so that the flow of your
meeting need not be interrupted. Have
you ever done something that was
for the greater good of
all? If you begin this new
commitment by reading the Institutions
Committee Guidelines, it will benefit
everyone. The Guidelines are an
accumulation of experience of the many
people who came before us. They will
tell you what we do, and what not do.
We are guests in the
facilities and we comply
with the rules of each institution.
have a meeting I've read the
will go to your first meeting as your
alternates speaker. Your
alternate can show you where to go,
where to park your car, and generally
answer your questions about this
particular meeting. After that you
begin the rotation. If you have
questions after your first meeting call
is my Coordinator?
name, and phone number are at the top
of the page - on the top of the list
where you found your meeting.
Coordinator will call you once a month
to ask if your meeting is going well.
Be responsible and return all calls to
your coordinator. This process helps
the I.C. update the meeting list.
Its our only way of knowing if a
meeting is being covered. If you would
rather you may call your coordinator to
report the status of your meeting.
you have questions, or you wish to
report any irregularities about your
meeting, call your coordinator.
you cant take your meeting and
your Alternate cant cover for you
call your coordinator.
I have to buy A.A. Literature to take
to my meeting?
Home Groups contribute money to the
Institutions Literature Fund. The
Literature Table is
available at the 1st Tuesday meeting.
standard packet is
available to everyone doing an I.C.
for more than standard are
approved by the Steering Committee.
Fill out a Literature Request
Form, and depending on funds
available, your request will be
the answers to almost any other
question will be found in the
Institutions Guidelines or by calling
your Coordinator. And, when in doubt,
The Twelve Traditions
Illustrated will guide you to the