Accessibilities Committee

Accessibilities Committee serve to assist those who have significant barriers that must be overcome to insure full participation in A.A. The primary focus of the committee is on:

  • Projects that support members with a variety of accessibility challenges
  • Communications that keep the public and appropriate agencies informed about A.A. accessibility
  • Providing resources and guidance to groups so that they can accommodate all A.A. members

Accessibility services provide solutions when we are faced with the choice of following traditions and honoring the AA responsibility
statement or shutting Alcoholics out of AA. These services allow us to extend the hand of AA to those who face challenges in participating in our program. These challenges include issues of transportation, technology, blindness, low vision or vision impairment, literacy, elder community, parents & other caregivers, intellectual, sensory, & developmental disabilities, deaf & hard of hearing, loners/remote, those with mental and emotional disorders, physical disability/chronic illness, and service animals.

New Resource 

USA Deaf & ASL Interpreted Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings List

For the ASL AA Community of Deaf, Hard of Hearing and Late-deafened alcoholics who have the desire to stop drinking

If you have any ASL interpreted meetings or events you would like posted, please send the information to 

This committee meets the second Sunday of even months at 3pm via Zoom. To contact us please email