Area 53 CPC-PI Committee

Cooperation with Professional Community/Public Information
The Area 53 Cooperation with the Professional Community/Public Information (CPC-PI) Committee reaches the alcoholic by informing both the general public about the AA program and “the third person” whose work involves the active alcoholic.

The committee also keeps the fellowship well informed so members and groups can carry the message more effectively.

Read more about the committee work.

Committee Chair: Dave C.
Email: cpcpichair[at]area53aa[dot]org

Secretary: Cheryl S.
Treasurer: Nita S.

Meeting:
First Sunday of the month at 2:00 pm
Maple Grove United Methodist Church
7 W. Henderson Road, Columbus, OH 43214

Meeting MinutesCommittee NewsCommittee Poster

CPC-PI Tip: Websites with Accurate AA Information

CPC-PI TIP: Websites with Accurate AA Information When you are on-line, where do you get your information about Alcoholics Anonymous? Are your sources reliable? The Internet provides options as varied as the individuals creating them, yet only a few websites offer accurate AA information. These include: http://www.aa.org – The official website of Alcoholics Anonymous http://www.area53aa.org …

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CPC-PI Tip: Placing Business Cards in Public

CPC-PI TIP: One of the many projects of the Area 53 Cooperation with the Professional Community and Public Information Committee (CPC-PI) involves placing business cards in various locations including library lobbies, emergency rooms, and doctors offices.  The cards read: If you want to drink, that’s your business. If you want to quit, that’s ours. The …

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CPC-PI Tip: AA Cooperates with Outside Organizations

CPC-PI Tip: AA Cooperates with Outside Organizations In keeping with AA’s Tenth Tradition, AA cooperates, but does not affiliate with outside organizations including treatment facilities. The Area 53 Cooperation with the Professional Community and Public Information Committee (CPC-PI) takes information sessions into health facilities such as Netcare and other entities. An AA member explains to …

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CPC-PI Tip: Relationships with Physicians

CPC-PI TIP: Relationships with Physicians Do you have a good relationship with your physician? The lobby of a doctor’s office is a great place to display CPC-PI business cards. Our cards read, “If you want to drink, that’s your business. If you want to quit, that’s ours.” The cards list the phone number and website …

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CPC-PI Tip: Volunteering at an AA Public Exhibit

CPC-PI TIP: The Cooperation with the Professional Community – Public Information Committee of Area 53 often staffs exhibits at tabling events. We provide literature and two AA member volunteers sit at the table to answer questions. The pamphlet “For Volunteers Staffing an A.A. Exhibit” provides guidance: http://www.aa.org/assets/en_US/SMF-201_en.pdf The CPC-PI Committee has staffed our table in …

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