Special Needs Committee: To volunteer Email: SpecialNeeds@hvai.org

Guidelines for Special Needs Committees from A.A. World Services

Special Needs Questionnaire download

The special needs committee recognizes that there are some alcoholics who face physical challenges on a daily basis. It is possible you have students, patients or clients with a drinking problem who might benefit from A.A’s program of recovery. We would welcome the opportunity to provide information about A.A. and how our committee is available to help alcoholics access the A.A. message in our community regardless of physical or mental health challenges. Our online meeting list and printed directory, list Dual Diagnosis Groups, an American Sign Language meeting and Handicap Accessibility to all meetings in Washtenaw County.

Our literature is available in Braille, Audio Cassettes and CD-ROMs, Large print, American Sign Language,
Closed-captioned videos, Videos (Not Closed-Captioned), and Illustrated and easy-to-read literature

Online A.A Meetings and Speaker Tapes are available 24 hours a day.
Online Holiday A.A. Alcothon for Deaf/Hard of Hearing FROM:  Deaf Grateful AA group --
Holiday Alcothon 

For A.A. members unable to attend meetings regularly, check out the "Loners Internationalists Correspondence Service".

When anyone, anywhere, reaches out for help, I want the hand of A.A. always to be there. And for that: I am responsible

Our primary purpose is to carry the AA message through the HelpLine, Committee Action & AA literature.
We wish to thank the local AA groups and those individual AA members that support the
Huron Valley Area Intergroup.

HELPLINE: (734) 482-5700

It  is not reviewed or endorsed by A. A. W. S.