Treatment and Correctional Facilities require the volunteers who come in to be in good health, and not have a cold or the flu. This has always been the case but should be strictly abided by now. If you have the sniffles, get someone to cover for you, or call and cancel. The staff will understand. In some cases, such as the jails, they may be stopping visitors anyway. Call to check before you go.

Some Literature for Treatment Committees and those curious about AA in treatment facilities
Area 48 Treatment Informational Pamphlet
Suggested Guidelines for Service Work in Treatment Facilities
AA Guidelines for Treatment Committees
The Spirit of Rotation in Treatment Workshops
AA in Treatment Facilities

November 2017 Treatment Report
October 2017 Treatment Report
September 2017 Treatment Report
June 2017 Treatment Report
February 2017 Treatment Report
January 2017 Treatment Report
2016 Year End Report


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