Information For Professionals
Cooperation with the professional community is an objective of A.A., and has been since our beginnings. We are always seeking to strengthen and expand our communication with you, and we welcome your comments and suggestions. They help us to work more effectively with you in achieving our common purpose; to help the alcoholic who still suffers.*
This page contains information specific to A.A. in Northeast Oklahoma. Your questions or comments will be welcomed and may be addressed to our Northeast Central Service Office (NECS) at (918) 627-2224, email: firstname.lastname@example.org, 4853 S Sheridan Rd Suite 600, Tulsa, OK 74145.
General Information on A.A.
General information about A.A. in the U.S. and Canada and around the world can be found on our General Service Office web site, www.aa.org. The following links to that site may be most informative for professionals:
A.A. in Northeast Oklahoma
Northeast Oklahoma is the home of some 2,800 A.A. members in 130 A.A. groups, which comprise A.A.'s East Northeast and West Northeast Oklahoma Districts. A.A. Groups offer their message of hope in 65 Northeastern OKlahoma cities and towns, with multiple groups in the larger cities.
How to refer clients to A.A.
Your clients can contact A.A. in NE Oklahoma by calling our 24-hour hot line at (918) 627-2224. A member of A.A. will answer directly (no answering service) and can answer questions, provide information about A.A., or arrange for a personal contact in A.A. Times and locations of meetings can be found on the meetings page of this web-site or by calling the hot line.
For more information
The two NE Oklahoma Districts have committees on Cooperating With The Professional Community that may be contacted through this Central Service Office. Members of those committees will be happy to provide additional information, make brief, informative presentations about A.A. to groups, arrange to take you to visit an open A.A. meeting, provide pamphlets and information flyers you can pass on to your clients, etc. The Districts also have committees on Corrections Facilities, and Treatment Facilities that will be happy to work with professionals in those fields.
* Reprinted from If You Are A Professional..., page 3 with permission of A.A. World Services, Inc.