Public Information/Cooperation with the Professional Community is responsible for suggesting policies and recommending activities that will help carry the message to the still-suffering alcoholic through sharing information about the AA program with professional groups and individuals who have contact with alcoholics, furthering mutual understanding and cooperation between AA and professionals, and increasing awareness of members and outside groups and organizations on ways of cooperating with others without affiliating.

Responsible for creating greater understanding of and preventing misunderstandings of the AA program through the public media, electronic media, PI meetings and speaking to community groups.

To further the acceptance of AA in hospitals, rehabilitation centers and similar facilities, and to bring additional help to alcoholics under treatment there. “Attraction rather than promotion”.