Treatment and Accessibilities Committee

Are you wondering what Treatment and Accessibilities is all about?

Treatment is about carrying the message to alcoholics in treatment and outpatient settings, where we “Bridge the Gap.” Accessibilities is making sure that all of our members are a part of! Barriers include visible but also silent barriers, mentally and culturally. When most of the people in our meetings are able-bodied, sighting, and hearing, it’s easy to be unaware of accessibilities barriers. Respect for the dignity of others is the foundation for all our efforts to carry the message to alcoholics with diverse needs, with the emphasis on identification, rather than on how we are different.

Accessibilities is about making sure anyone, regardless of barriers in their lives, can find Alcoholics Anonymous and feel a part of.

Visible barriers

You are welcome.

Invisible barriers

You are welcome.

All alcoholics

You are welcome.

Treatment and Accessibilities Resources

If you'd like more information on Treatment and Accessibilities, check out these resources below.

Bridging the Gap


Temporary contact for newcomers leaving treatment facilities

Takes newcomer to new meetings within the community

Helps newcomer make new connections within the fellowship

Where can I learn more?

Monthly Meeting

The Treatment and Accessibilities committee meeting is held online on the second Sunday of the month at 1pm. ID: 838 2800 3041, no password.

Contact the Chair

If you have any questions or want to get involved, reach out to our Treatment and Accessibilities Chair Kimberley B. at