Is your local group looking for a way to increase membership and create a greater awareness of S-Anon in your community? A piece of service literature, the Public Information and Outreach Guide, is now available to help you with this!
Step Twelve asks us to carry the message of the gifts of recovery, offering help and hope to families and friends of sexaholics, and Tradition Eleven emphasizes attraction rather than promotion, while maintaining personal anonymity. The Outreach Guide offers projects, suggestions, and ideas that adhere to both of these principles.
The Public Information and Outreach Guide can be a resource to grow local membership and to increase community awareness of our fellowship. The Guide offers suggestions and ideas for creating a local PI&O committee, along with ways to use the resources presently available on the S-Anon website. Other subjects in the Guide cover over 30 potential projects, including outreach to the general public, the media, helping professionals, and local correction institutions. Supplemental templates, forms, and resources are available for download in the Public Outreach section on the member area of sanon.org.
Consider adding this guide to your local group resources so you can help reach out, increase awareness of S-Anon in your community, and hopefully attract new members.
The Outreach Guide is available in both printed and digital formats through the S-Anon literature store.