Professionals who work with alcoholics share a common purpose with Alcoholics Anonymous: to help the alcoholic stop drinking and lead a healthy, productive life. We can serve as a source of personal experience with alcoholism as an ongoing support system for recovering alcoholics.
For more information about Bridging the Gap, a program that links the alcoholic in alcoholic treatment to temporary AA contact, please visit NENY Bridging the Gap.
AA may be available to bring a meeting into your treatment facility. Please contact the Area Treatment Chair at email@example.com.
For more information about A.A. as a whole, please visit aa.org
A recent Membership Survey of Alcoholics Anonymous confirms growing trust and transparency in the relationships between alcoholics and their health caregivers – doctors, nurses, counselors and others – who, in turn, appear to be more informed about A.A. Fifty seven percent of members said they had been referred to A.A. by a health care professional. Sixty-four percent said they had received some type of treatment or counseling before coming to A.A., and, of these, 74% said it had played an important part in directing them to Alcoholics Anonymous. 2014 Membership Survey
Our area Cooperation with the Professional Community chair can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org