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Public Awareness

ACA World Service Organization (WSO), ourmeetings and other service bodies are guided by our Twelve Traditions.  Tradition Eleven states “Our public relations policy is based on attraction rather than promotion; we need always maintain personal anonymity at the level of press, radio, TV, films and other public media.”
This does not mean that we are prohibited from spreading the word of ACA outside of our meetings.  We do this by providing free literature and information about ACA to libraries, universities, mental health facilities and those who work in the helping professions, hospitals, prisons, and whoever may benefit their clients/customers by having this information available.
To help carry our message, we provide free literature to those who work with adult children professionally. If you are a professional or know of a professional who could benefit from learning more about our Program, we will gladly send a complimentary Fellowship text. Any professional who works with adult children, any facility, such as a library, a university, a mental health clinic, a prison, etc., can email [email protected] to get this free ACA literature.
Institutional living:
If you know of an adult child who is institutionalized, they can receive free ACA literature. If you are in a facility yourself, you can receive free literature. Simply email us at [email protected]. Some examples of institutions who we send literature to are prisons that have libraries for the inmates, nursing homes, rehab facilities or psych wards, etc. Again, just send an email to [email protected] to receive more information

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