AA Meetings and Articles in Print & Video Tapes

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News and Notes from the General Service Office of A.A. Subscriptions to Box 459 are free, sign up at https://www.aa.org/box-459. Here’s a list of past issues with articles pertaining to Deaf alcoholics:

AA Grapevine 

“Our meeting in print”, written, edited, and illustrated by AA members. 
(current issue is free, archives require a paid subscription)
October 2004 issue – Helping an Alcoholic Who Is Deaf by Tracy Bell Koster, MSW, MS
If you’re at an AA meeting and a deaf person shows up for support, how can you be helpful? Here is some useful information about deaf people and how you can be supportive of them. 

AA Literature and Audiovisual Material for Special Needs (F-10SN)

The catalog includes AA literature available in ASL. 
Write to: General Service Office, PO Box 459, Grand Central Station, New York, NY  10163
Email: specialneeds@aa.org
Phone: Call the Order Entry Department weekdays from 8:00 AM to 4:45 PM Eastern time: 212-870-3312

More A.A. Resources for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing

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