The C.P.C.P.I. Service Committee of the Tri-County Intergroup
Learn how the C.P.C.P.I Service Committee of the Tri-County Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous shares A.A.’s alcoholism recovery program in Raleigh, Cary, Morrisville, Wake Forest and surrounding areas of Wake, Franklin, and Warren Counties with professionals and the general public.
The Cooperation with the Professional Community (CPC) Committee: Providing Information on Alcohol Use Disorder in Raleigh
Since an alcoholism definition can vary widely depending on who applies it, a heavy drinker may seek to get help from doctors, nurses, social workers, counselors, clergy, educators, police, and other professions. These professionals may have contact with someone suffering from alcohol use disorder in Raleigh NC who might otherwise never find AA or an alcoholism recovery program.
The Public Information (PI) Committee: The Primary Source of Information on AA in Raleigh
The Public Information Committee carries the message of information about the recovery program of Alcoholics Anonymous in Raleigh to the general public. This committee communicates with and responds to the media, schools, churches, libraries, courthouses, and other organizations, reporting on the nature and purpose of AA’s alcoholism definition and what it can do for those suffering from alcohol use disorder in Raleigh and beyond.
How Can I Assist the CPCPI Committee of Alcoholics Anonymous in Raleigh and the Counties of Franklin, Wake & Warren?
The C.P.C.P.I. Service Committee of the Tri-County Intergroup provides information about what Alcoholics Anonymous in Raleigh is and is not, what it can and cannot do. The committee adheres to guidelines explaining that we are not experts, but through AA, we no longer suffer from alcohol use disorder. The information can be provided through emails, letters, flyers, informational booths and presentations.
The C.P.C.P.I. Service Committee of the Tri-County Intergroup of Alcoholics Anonymous carries the message of Alcoholics Anonymous to those still suffering from alcohol use disorder in Raleigh through the use of the internet, media, and public speakers. The committee ensures that any information the public receives is correct and is given within the guidelines of the Twelve Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous. Becoming a member of this group gives you the opportunity to serve our primary purpose to help the still-suffering alcoholic and the professionals who work with them.
Some of C.P.C.P.I.’s Activities in the Triangle
The CPCPI Committee of Alcoholics Anonymous in Raleigh and the Triangle is very active. Some of the actions we take in bringing information about A.A.’s alcoholism recovery program in Raleigh and neighboring locations include:
- Presentations for high school teachers and students explaining AA’s alcoholism definition and alcoholism recovery program in Raleigh and the Triangle
- Creating workshops describing how to carry AA’s message to a professional in your life within needed guidelines of the 12 traditions
- Distributing AA brochures, meeting schedules, and literature to homeless shelters, courthouses, police stations, and libraries.
- Contacting local radio, newspapers, and TV stations with public service announcements regarding AA in Raleigh NC
- Caring for updates and maintenance of the Intergroup website
Contact the C.P.C.P.I Service Committee of the Tri-County Intergroup
If you have questions about how to volunteer, suggestions for professionals or community resources that could use assistance with information about Alcoholics Anonymous in Raleigh, or simply want to learn more, contact the C.P.C.P.I Service Committee of the Tri-County Intergroup at firstname.lastname@example.org. There are many opportunities to get involved either working behind the scenes to help AA carry the message or interacting face-to-face with the public and professionals. We meet monthly and welcome you to join us.