Category Archives: Alateen

Are you a teenager? Alateen might be for you!

Alateen is a fellowship of young Al-Anon members, usually teenagers, whose life have been affected by someone else’s drinking. Alateen is an integral part of the Al-Anon program. Although the age range is usually 13-18, each group can decide if they will include members younger than 13. As members approach the age of 18 they are encouraged to transition… Read More »

AAPP Corner

aapp.ontariosouth@gmail.com Area Alateen Process Person Every Alateen group needs active, adult members of Al-Anon to provide safety in the meeting and to help the Alateens keep the meeting focused on the Al-Anon/Alateen program of recovery, sharing knowledge of our Twelve Steps and Alateen Traditions. No Alateen group can meet without certified Sponsors present. To serve as an Alateen… Read More »

OSAAC

os.alateen.coordinator@gmail.com Ontario South Alateen Advisory Committee Corner OSAAC  is a committee comprised of Alateens, the Alateen Coordinator and SAM’s. The primary purpose of OSAAC is to unite all Alateen groups throughout Ontario South. In accordance with the primary purpose, the committee will do so by the exchange of ideas and experiences. The Area Alateen Coordinator is the liaison to… Read More »

Alateen Corner

os.alateen.coordinator@gmail.com Ideas and suggestions to help support Alateen On February 12, 2022, the Ontario South Alateen Coodrinator and the Ontario South Alateen Process Person held a workshop with the theme ‘How can Al-Anon support Alateen?’ Here are some ideas that were suggested during that workshop: Have Alateen literature available at your Al-Anon meetings for members to review, purchase,… Read More »

Alateen

Alateens share Sometimes it is really hard for me to tell you how deeply affected I’ve been by the disease of alcoholism. Many times I was afraid to tell you how much the drinking and fighting bothered me. I thought constantly about what was going on at home. It got in the way of my schoolwork and friendships.… Read More »