The Corrections Correspondence Service is a Twelfth Step opportunity which links A.A. members on the “outside” with A.A. members in correctional facilities to provide a source of experience as it relates to problems with alcohol. Men are linked with men and women with women.
The Correccion Correspondence Service (C.C.S.) links A.A. members who are incarcerated with A.A. members on the outside so that both can share their experience, strength, and hope with each other. This form is available to make it more accessible to corrections committee members who bring so inside A.A. members can have access to the C.C.S. form. This is not intended for involuntary signups from a third party individual. Our experience shows that unsolicited signing up for the C.C.S. may delay a person's decision to turn to Alcoholics Anonymous for help. Please have the "inside" A.A. complete the form and contact us directly so that we can assist [him/her] in their C.C.S. request."
NOTE: Most of the inmates who want an outside correspondent are men, so women who volunteer may have a very long wait for an inmate.