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Public information, Employment Liaison & Health Liaison

Public information

What we do?
Get information regarding AA out to the public, outside of meetings and try and make people aware that we are here and what we do.
We get information out to the public in various ways, either walking about in pairs, so far me and a fellow have only visited libraries we leave information posters, postcards, and wallet sized cards with the details of how to contact us on them, we try to organize public information days where a couple of us may be invited to sit at a table for a few hours and anyone curious as to what we do can speak to us personally.
Our x-PIO (Mark) and his friend had one of these organized but it was too close to when the country was closing down so they had to put it on the backburner for a little while.
Since Lockdown PI in London has joined forces at the beginning PIOs stuck to their areas, and have contacted every homeless/ Drinking service in North London and Mark has also contacted every single councilor to let them know even though physical meetings are not available at the moment we are still available online and people are recovering.

How you can help?
You can do walkabouts in many ways by visiting public houses, Hotels, Restaurants. you can contact schools, Alcohol and drug services, the police.

Who you can contact?
Olivia our new PIO

What we do?
An Employment Liaison Officer seeks to contact employers and inform them of how Alcoholics Anonymous can assist should  staff members develop problems relating to their drinking. To this end, the following information and materials may be supplied:
A.A. contact telephone numbers
A.A. publications such as 'Alcoholics Anonymous as a Resource for Employers' or 'A Message for Professionals'.
Leaflets, posters and chips.
At the moment, visiting premises to talk to staff or give formal presentations is not possible due to the Coronavirus situation, although that otherwise remains within an
E.L O.'s remit.

How you can help?
Anyone wishing to help in this enterprise can do so by bringing to the attention of their local E.L.O. details of businesses, organizations, offices and other work places where raising the profile of A.A. might be of service. Details of who specifically to contact, (names, job titles, contact numbers) are always greatly appreciated.

Who you can contact?
Brian our ELO, is contactable on this email address and on mobile number 07541 732339. I can also be reached on 020 8363 5829


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