Downloads

2018-2019 Committee Assignments
2018 Agenda Items
2018 Agenda Items Hot Topic List
2018 Background Material for Agenda Items
2018 Delegate’s Report Back from General Service Conference
AA.org   Download or view AA publications online including the Corrections, Treatment, Public Information Workbooks, etc.
AA Fact File: Basic Information about the A.A. fellowship
AA Internet Guidelines
AA Service Manual: 2.8 MB. May take a while to download
Alcoholics Anonymous Book Online
Area 35 Actions Book, printed 2018
Area 35 Change Group Information Form:  For existing groups. Email completed form to grouprecords@area35.org
Area 35 New Group Information Form:   For new groups. Email completed form to grouprecords@area35.org
Assembly Evaluations 
Beginners Meeting Pamphlet: Suggestions for leading beginners meetings
Budget in rtfBudget in excelBudget in pdf 
Delegate Qualifications
Delegate Resume pdf file
Delegate Resume Word Doc
Grapevine Representative Registration Form: Mail completed form to address listed on the bottom.
Group Inventory Worksheet
Group Status Codes: Definitions of Group Status Codes used by GSO in their Fellowship New Vision Group Records Database.
Informed Group Conscience: Adapted from a talk given by Ottis D. In Area 57, Edmond, February 2005
Inventory Of District:   Series of questions concerning the duties and responsibilities of a district in its role as a general service district in Area 35.
Temporary Treatment Contact:  Form for AA member
Temporary Treatment Contact:  Form for Patient
Traditions Checklist: From the A.A. Grapevine.
Twelve Concepts Pamphlet
Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions
WCR  Forum Presentation: Integration or Over-Integration
WCR Forum Presentation:  Integration or Over-Integration Power Point

Social media websites such as Facebook, Twitter and Linked In provide unique opportunities for colleagues to get to know each other, share experiences and keep in contact. It is important to be aware of the risks associated with using these sites, to act in a manner that does not embarrass yourself and to refrain from sharing your private information publicly. Despite site privacy settings, you should always assume that anything you post Online can never be removed and can be viewed by anyone with an Internet connection, including cyber and traditional criminals as well as identity thieves. Not only does this present a risk to you personally, it can also be a risk to Area 35, AA as a whole, and any members on a “friends” list.