Cooperation with the Professional Community/
Public Information Committee

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CPC-PI

About CPC-PI

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.

Much of the public has not had the opportunity to find out how the AA Program works. There are many misconceptions about AA in the public eye. Unless we inform the public, many practicing alcoholics may never find us. A member of the CPC/PI committee is prepared to meet any group of individuals that would like information about what AA is and what it is not.

CPC-PI Committee

CHAIRPERSON

Dave C.

614-282-3755

SECRETARY

Dave C.

TREASURER

Cheryl S.

CPC-PI Committee

CHAIRPERSON

Matt W.  |  614-579-6584

SECRETARY

Dave C.

TREASURER

Cheryl S.

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Helpful Links

SAMPLE LETTERS TO PROFESSIONALS

Examples of letters to those in the professional community are found in the CPC Workbook.

 

Physicians and Healthcare Professionals | pages 26-28

 

Clergy | pages 29-30

 

Corrections, Probation, and Parole Professionals | pages 32-33

CPC-PI Committee Meetings

CPC-PI Committee Meetings are held on the 1st Sunday of the month from 2:00 - 3:30pm

 

Maple Grove United Methodist Church

7 W. Henderson Road

Columbus, OH 43214

CPC-PI Committee Meetings

CPC-PI Committee Meetings are held on the 1st Sunday of the month from 2:00 - 3:30pm

 

Maple Grove United Methodist Church

7 W. Henderson Road

Columbus, OH 43214

CPC-PI Committee News

CPC-PI meeting Dec. 4

December 9, 2016

The final meeting of Area 53, Panel 65 CPC-PI standing committee took place on December 4th. The November meeting minutes, as well as the October … Read more CPC-PI meeting Dec. 4

CPC-PI Meeting Dec 4

November 30, 2016

Greetings all! The last meeting of Panel 65 is coming up this Sunday. New committee member folders will be available. Many thanks to the efforts … Read more CPC-PI Meeting Dec 4

CPC-PI Assembly Report for Sep 2016

October 1, 2016

CPC/PI ASSEMBLY REPORT The Area 53Cooperation with the Professional Community-Public Information (CPC-PI) Committee reaches the alcoholic by informing both the general public about the AA … Read more CPC-PI Assembly Report for Sep 2016

CPC-PI Meeting Oct 2

October 1, 2016

Fall has arrived and I hope you are enjoying the changing weather and activities. Here’s to inviting you to join the committee this Sunday at 2:00pm. The agenda includes: Information from the September Area Assembly; Correspondence from GSO; Discussion of upcoming committee officer elections; and Recent requests. -Cheryl S.

CPC-PI meeting Sept 4

September 3, 2016

Greetings! Join us on Sunday the 4th at 2:00 pm for the monthly meeting. Topics to be presented at this meeting will include: Progress, reports, … Read more CPC-PI meeting Sept 4

CPC-PI Meeting Aug 7

July 31, 2016

CPC-PI-Poster The next CPC-PI committee meeting is August 7 at 2:00pm at the Maple Grove United Methodist Church, 7 W Henderson Rd , Columbus, OH … Read more CPC-PI Meeting Aug 7

CPC-PI Meeting is June 5 at 2:00 pm

May 15, 2016

Greetings all! This communication contains some old news (minutes from April meeting) and new news. The committee has continued to focus on the members responsibilities … Read more CPC-PI Meeting is June 5 at 2:00 pm

CPC-PI Tip: Placing Business Cards in Public

April 29, 2016

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 … Read more CPC-PI Tip: Placing Business Cards in Public

CPC-PI Meeting Sunday May 1

April 28, 2016

Greetings! How did the First Sunday get here so quickly? The agenda for this Sunday’s CPC-PI committee meeting is: presentation of revised Help Wanted flyer, progress … Read more CPC-PI Meeting Sunday May 1

CPC-PI Committee Meeting Feb 7

January 28, 2016

Please join us as we focus on committee guidelines, event participation, and carrying the message in a variety of ways of serving the professional community … Read more CPC-PI Committee Meeting Feb 7

CPC-PI Committee Meetings

CPC-PI Committee Meetings are held on the 1st Sunday of the month from 2:00 - 3:30pm

Maple Grove United Methodist Church

7 W. Henderson Road

Columbus, OH 43214

CPC-PI Committee

CHAIRPERSON

Matt W.

About CPC-PI

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.

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