Corrections coordinates the service work of individual A.A. members to the carry the message of Alcoholics Anonymous to the alcoholic who is confined in a correctional facility.
The Finance committee prepares and presents a proposed budget to the area assembly for approval and makes adjustments throughout the year, as necessary.
Grapevine/La Vina informs Hawaii’s A.A. Fellowship of the many benefits that can be derived through a Grapevine/La Vina subscription.
The Mynah Bird publishes newsletters that focus on A.A. topics, including actions decided by the area. Special editions may be published as needed.
Public Information (PI) is responsible for creating an understanding and preventing misunderstanding of the A.A. program through the public media, electronic media, P.I. Meetings, and speaking in community groups.
Treatment Facilities coordinates the service work of individual A.A. members to alcoholic treatment facilities, sets up means of bridging the gap from treatment to A.A. and works to clarify what A.A. can and cannot do, within the Traditions, to help alcoholics in treatment.
The Website Committee activities are specified by the Web Site Committee Guidelines, which acts as as set of By-Laws for this committee.