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What is Alateen? Alateen is part of the Al-Anon fellowship and is for Young People who come together to:

Share experience, strength and hope with each other.
Discuss their difficulties and problems caused by their parent's drinking habits.
Learn effective ways to cope with their problems.
Confidentially support one another.
Encourage one another.
Help each other understand the principles of the Al-Anon program.

                     Is someone's drinking getting to you?  Take This Quiz and See If Alateen Is For You.

                        Alateen Members Learn:

Compulsive drinking is a disease.
They can detach themselves emotionally from the drinker's problems while continuing to love the person.
They are not the cause of anyone else's drinking or behavior.
They cannot change or control anyone but themselves.
They have spiritual and intellectual resources with which to develop their own potentials, no matter what happens at home.
They can build satisfying and rewarding life experiences for themselves.

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Friends and family members of problem drinkers meet
to confidentially discuss their difficulties and learn
effective ways to cope with day-to-day living.

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This website is not intended to replace a sponsor, but rather to aide you and your sponsor in recovery.  This is just a way to start working the steps, and share in someone else's experience, strength and hope. 

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This Website was last updated on:  June 17, 2008

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    Disclaimer: This site is NOT endorsed nor sponsored by Alcoholics Anonymous or any group and is not intended to offer specific advice to persons in recovery or contemplating recovery. This site DOES, however, attempt to follow the 12 Traditions of AA. Contact your local Alcoholics Anonymous Intergroup Office for direct info on AA, for info on meetings in your area, and if you'd like to speak with someone regarding alcoholism. This site is produced in the spirit of AA's Twelfth Step - to carry the message. When reading the experience, strength and hope on this site, we remind you that AA's "public relations policy is based on attraction rather than promotion; we need always maintain personal anonymity at the level of press, radio, and films."