Alateen

Al-Anon/Alateen is

  • A mutual support program based on the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA).
  • A nonprofessional fellowship where members share their experiences, strength, and hope to solve their common problems.
  • A spiritual program that is compatible with all religious beliefs or none.
  • A program with the single purpose of helping families and friends of alcoholics, whether the alcoholic is still drinking or not.
  • A worldwide fellowship with more than 26,000 groups, in over 115 countries, that has been in existence since 1951.
  • Compatible with professional treatment. Statistics show 63% of its members received treatment/counseling after attending Al-Anon.
  • Free of charge and self-supporting through members’ voluntary contributions. There are no dues or fees for membership.
"Live and Let Live"
"First Things First"
"Let It Begin With Me"
"How Important Is It"
"Keep An Open Mind"
"Progress Not Perfection"
"But For The Grace Of God"
"One Day At A Time"
"Think"
"Keep Coming Back"
"Listen And Learn"
"Together We Can Make It"
"Keep It Simple"
"Let Go And Let God"
" Easy Does It "
"Just For Today"
" Easy Does It "
"Let Go And Let God"
"How Important Is It"
"Keep An Open Mind"
"Think"
"Progress Not Perfection"
"Just For Today"
"Let It Begin With Me"
"Keep Coming Back"
"First Things First"
"But For The Grace Of God"
"One Day At A Time"
"Live and Let Live"
"Listen And Learn"
"Together We Can Make It"
"Keep It Simple"
"Keep An Open Mind"
"Together We Can Make It"
"Just For Today"
"Let Go And Let God"
" Easy Does It "
"Think"
"First Things First"
"But For The Grace Of God"
"One Day At A Time"
"Live and Let Live"
"Listen And Learn"
"Progress Not Perfection"
"Let It Begin With Me"
"Keep It Simple"
"How Important Is It"
"Keep Coming Back"

Al-Anon/Alateen is not

  • Allied with any sect, denomination, political entity, organization, or institution.
  • Involved in any outside issues; neither endorses nor opposes any cause.
  • Affiliated with AA, though both fellowships do cooperate with one another.
  • Considered a religious organization, treatment center, counseling agency, or teaching program. Intended for families of drug abusers or individuals with other difficulties unless there is a problem of alcoholism as well.
  • Conducted by professionals.
  • Intended as a replacement for professional treatment.

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