S.L.A.A. Outreach Materials
Carry the message to the addict who still suffers.
Here are files that Groups and Intergroups can freely download and take to a local printer in order to create pamphlets, banners, and other outreach materials.
Please read the 12 Recommended Guidelines for Dealing with the Media for helpful direction when doing local outreach efforts. In addition to observing our 12 Traditions, please be aware that mass mailings by email are spam, but mass mailings to physical addresses are legal in the United States.
5th Tradition Outreach Cards
These are outreach cards with the URL for the official S.L.A.A. F.W.S. Website. You can carry these with you to give to the addict who still suffers when sharing S.L.A.A. recovery. They are one-sided so you can write your phone number on the back. Download the PDF to print, or design your own!
These outreach cards are also available for purchase through the F.W.S. Store at http://store.slaafws.org/prod/BC001-010.html.
Large 2.5' x 6' S.L.A.A. Banners
These are designs for 2.5' x 6' banners to display at Group or Intergroup meetings, S.L.A.A. retreats, or for doing outreach at Healthcare Professional Conferences or 12-Step Conventions. Download the PDF and take to a local printer. The cost ranges from $20 to $50 per banner at most print shops.
The 12 Steps of S.L.A.A.
The 12 Traditions
The 12 Concepts
The S.L.A.A. Preamble
Signs of Recovery
Letter to the Professional
The Board approved a Letter to the Professional for distribution to healthcare professionals . This letter may be included in your local outreach efforts.
S.L.A.A. Free Pamphlets
There are two free S.L.A.A. Pamphlets you may print that are especially helpful for outreach efforts:
For the Professional
|Addicted to Sex? Addicted to Love?|
Free Issue of the Journal
You may also print and distribute the special free issue of the Journal, the official magazine of S.L.A.A. This issue was created especially for newcomers and healthcare professionals.
For more information, please contact the Board Public Relations Committee (BPRC)
You may also contact the Conference Public Information Committee (CPIC)