Public Information Representative: Role and Resources
Public Information Representatives make information and material available at their meetings to encourage members to spread the word of FA recovery in their communities and online.
One year of continuous abstinence is suggested for this position, with a commitment of at least one and preferably two years of service.
PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES FOR PI REPRESENTATIVES
- Read these PI Announcements at each monthly business meeting.
- Distribute Healthcare Brochures at monthly business meetings.
- Provide updated Packets for Faith Community Leaders.
- Update and provide copies of local Meeting Directory Trifolds.
- Coordinate your meeting’s efforts to Sponsor-a-Rack.
- Post Calendar Items with your meeting’s time and location online and in local media.
- Provide your current contact information to your Meeting Contact.
OTHER HELPFUL IDEAS AND RESOURCES:
- For the PI projects listed below, it is often best to work with a team.
- So, involve other members of your meeting and/or work with your Local Service Group (LSG) if there is one in your area. (To learn more about LSG’s consider attending a WSI SGSC meeting.)
- Be sure to co-ordinate these activities with your local Chapter/Intergroup.
- Health Fairs and Public Information Sessions
- Healthcare Slideshow: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Publicizing local FA meetings and Information Sessions
- Bulk ordering of PI Trifolds and FA Literature
- Supporting Media Watch, Weblinks and Blogwatch
- Sending interview/article opportunities to Media Outreach Subcommittee email@example.com
- Attend PI Committee meetings and calls at the Chapter/Intergroup and WSI level