Area Committees

If you are just getting started in service at the level of the Assembly  check out this link:  Information for New Trusted Servants

ArchivesArchives Committee acquires and preserves AA and Area 50 history.  email-icon
 Corrections Correctional Facilities Committee assists individuals, groups, and districts in carrying the AA message to the alcoholic who still suffers, especially those confined in, or recently released from jails, prisons, and other correctional facilities. email-icon
CPC Cooperation with Professional Community meets with any group of individuals – professionals, churches, students, healthcare professionals, senior citizens, etc – that need information about what AA is and what it is not.  email-icon
GrapevineGrapevine Committee assists groups in Area 50 with the distribution and introduction of the Grapevine magazine.  email-icon
Public InformationWorking together, members of local Public Information committees convey A.A. information to the general public, including the media.  email-icon
 Special NeedsSpecial Needs Committee explores, develops and offers resources to make the AA message and participation in our program available to alcoholics with special needs that limit their access to the full AA experience.  email-icon
Treatment – The Treatment Committee offers forum to Districts for sharing their experience in carrying the AA message into Treatment facilities and coordinates Bridging the Gap activities.  email-icon
Website – The Website Committee is to coordinate development efforts, administer and maintain the Website of the Western New York Area Assembly (Area 50) of Alcoholics Anonymous, on the World Wide Web, and facilitate the anonymous use of email.  email-icon


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

*Reprinted from: The A.A. Service Manual 2006-2007, with permission of A.A. World Services, Inc.