Welcome to the Greater Seattle Intergroup Accessibility Committee.
Our mission is to provide aid and resources for the fellowship to overcome obstacles limiting access to Alcoholics Anonymous in our area. Accessibility means ensuring equal access to everyone.
We provide assistance with the following needs:
- Transportation to and from A.A. meetings
- Childcare at A.A. meetings
- Bringing A.A. meetings into private homes
- Facilitating online meeting information
- Helping those with mental health issues understand the culture of A.A.
- Bringing A.A. meetings into nursing homes
- Helping identify tools for those who don’t speak English
- American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation for Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing alcoholics
What to Do if a Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing Person Comes to Your Meeting article
Schedule of ASL-interpreted meetings in the greater Seattle area
Accessibility codes as found in the meeting schedule online and in print:
- cc – childcare available at meeting
- asl – sign-interpreted for hearing-0impaired
- ss – junta en espanol
- – Wheelchair accessible includes bathrooms, entrance, and parking *
* Meetings that meet one or two of the wheelchair-accessible requirements will be noted in the meeting comments.
We extend an invitation to anyone who would like to make A.A. accessible to all. Our committee meets the first Wednesday of every month at 6 p.m. at the GSIG Office:
5507 6th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 206-587-2838 with any questions.
Sign up if you would like to volunteer or would like an email reminder sent prior to each committee meeting.