Standing committee chairs and their members serve as advisors to the Area Assembly, the Districts, Groups, Central Offices, and individual A.A. members in the Standing Committee’s area of Service.
Accessibilities and Remote Communities provides support to help make A.A. accessible to every member who desires it.
The Archives Committee oversees the collection, organization and display of the Area 46 Archives.
Encourages participation of all Spanish-speaking DCMs & GSRs. Provides translation at Area 46 events.
The Bridge the Gap program provides temporary contacts in AA to assist alcoholics leaving treatment and/or correctional facilities.
The Cooperation with the Professional Community Committee provides information about Alcoholics Anonymous to interested professionals.
Coordinates the work of individual A.A. members and groups who are interested in carrying our message of recovery to alcoholics behind the walls.
Promotes and enhances Unity (The 2nd Legacy) through interchange of information among Members, Groups, Districts and the Area Assembly.
Prepares and presents a draft of the annual budget to the assembly and provides financial documentation for end of rotation review.
Informs Districts, Groups and individual AA members in Area 46 of the availability and benefits of the Grapevine/La Viña.
Informs Districts, Groups and individual AA members about availability, changes, and benefits of, A.A. Conference Approved Literature.
Assures that the public and the media are provided with accurate information about A.A., especially about our Tradition of Anonymity.
Oversees the development and maintenance of the Area’s website, produces area-wide virtual events and manages the Area's webmail service.
Coordinates information flow and activities that pertain to carrying the A.A. message of recovery to alcoholics in hospitals and treatment centers within Area 46.
Assists young people in finding service opportunities and encourages all A.A. members to share their experience, strength and hope with young people.