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For those inquiries that conform to a specific service assignment, please select the appropriate assignment.

Archives: Questions and inquiries regarding the history of Alcoholics Anonymous and the administration of the G.S.O. archives.
AA Guidelines on Archives
E-mail: archives@aa.org
 
Central Offices or Intergroups: Matters regarding local A.A. offices. All inquiries from Central Offices and Intergroups.
AA Guidelines on Central or Intergroup Offices
E-mail: groupservices@aa.org
 
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. All inquiries from Cooperation with the Professional Community Committees in the US and Canada.
AA Guidelines on Cooperation With the Professional Community
E-mail: cpc@aa.org
 
Corrections: Matters regarding carrying the AA message into a variety of correctional settings. All inquiries from Correctional Facilities and Institutions Committees in the US and Canada.
AA Guidelines on Corrections Committee
Corrections Correspondence Service .pdf
E-mail: corrections@aa.org
 
General Service Conference: Matters regarding the annual General Service Conference including Agenda Items and Area Committee Roster Updates.
E-mail: conference@aa.org
 
Literature: Matters regarding 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.
AA Guidelines on Literature
E-mail: literature@aa.org
 
Loners-Internationalists Correspondence Service: All inquiries regarding this service activity (this service is available in English only).
Loners-Internationalists Correspondence Service
E-mail: lim@aa.org

 
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. All inquiries from Public Information Committees in the US and Canada.
AA Guidelines on Public Information
E-mail: publicinfo@aa.org
 
Regional Forums and Special Forums: All inquiries regarding this service activity.
Regional Forums and Special Forums
E-mail: regionalforums@aa.org
 
Special Needs: Matters regarding carrying the AA message to those who have Special Needs or accessibility challenges. All inquiries from Special Needs Committees in the US and Canada.
AA Guidelines on Serving Alcoholics with Special Needs
E-mail: specialneeds@aa.org
 
Treatment: Matters regarding carrying the AA message into hospitals, rehabilitation centers and other treatment settings. All inquiries from Treatment Facilities Committees in the US and Canada.
AA Guidelines on Treatment Committees
E-mail: tf@aa.org