Recovery, Unity & Service

District 8 Area 15 General Service Website


The Accessibilities committee – formerly called Special Needs – offers resources to make the A.A. message and participation in our program accessible to everyone who reaches out for it. This committee provides resources for persons who are blind or visually impaired; deaf or hard of hearing; chronically ill or home bound, those who are developmentally disabled, and many others who may have less visible challenges.


Phone Number: 561-320-3318

Accessibilities Checklist for Meetings and Groups

Child-Friendly Meetings

Please contact us to request any of the following:

ASL Interpreter
Assisted Listening Devices
Accessibility Issue
Accommodation Request
Meetings for the Homebound
Child-Friendly Meetings
Literature from our Lending Library

Link to Lending Library

Accessibilities Committee Chairperson

Qualifications: 3 years of sobriety, 1 year as a GSR in District 8

Responsibilities: 1. To explore, develop, and offer resources to facilitate carrying the message to members of AA with special needs. 0. Maintain and store the assisted listening devices that are owned by District 8. 0. Attend the monthly Business Meeting of District 8 and report the activity of the committee. 0. Attend the Accessibilities Committee Meeting at the Area 15 Quarterly and report District 8 activities. 0. Inform District 8 of information gathered during the Area 15 Quarterly. 1. Monitor committee email. 2. Maintain communication with the website chair to ensure all committee literature is up to date on the District Website. 3. Prepare a budget annually for the District 8 Treasurer.