This committee endeavors to work toward a future where all who want to participate in AA meetings and other AA services in Area 30 are in fact able to fully participate.
Our committee is part of Area 30, which serves all of Eastern Massachusetts. Please visit the Area 30 website at: https://aaemass.org/area30/
Just by visiting our site, you are helping to learn about barriers you or others may experience and perhaps some ways you may help to overcome them. Ready to learn more? Please visit the During Quarantine page.
Our committee meets monthly--you are welcome to join our committee or to simply attend meetings as an interested AA member. Please visit the Committee Meetings page.
Do you want to stop drinking but think you don't belong in AA? You are not alone and many others have come to learn that they do belong. Please visit the Learn page.
The Area 30 Accessibilities Committee is available to come to your District or Roundup event to make presentations, display material, and conduct workshops. Please visit the Contact Us page.
non binary alcoholics frequently face barriers to AA basics, like feeling welcomed in mtgs and finding sponsorship in AA? Usually mixed gender mtgs have one newcomer liaison for women and one for men, and neither announce if they are willing to talk to newcomer. Try reaching out to the non binary AA in your group!
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