ALATEEN is a fellowship of young Al‑Anon members, usually teenagers, whose lives have been affected by someone else’s drinking.
PURPOSES OF ALATEEN
Young People Come Together To:
Every Alateen group must have at least one active adult member of Al‑Anon to serve as sponsor. Sponsors are an active part of the group, guiding and sharing knowledge of our Twelve Steps and Alateen Traditions. To serve as sponsors, they have must have satisfied all requirements of the Area Alateen safety policy. This includes passing a background check. Interested in Alateen sponsorship? See the Alateen Sponsors’ page.
Alateen members meet in church halls, school rooms or other suitable places. Sometimes they are in the same building as an Al‑Anon group, but in a separate room.) A complete schedule of Twin Cities area Alateen groups is available on this web site.
ALATEEN MEMBERS LEARN:
Members are encouraged to read Al-Anon and Alateen Conference-Approved Literature and materials, including the Alateen Talk newsletter. Written from members’ personal sharings, these recovery tools can help young people deal with their problems.
Reprinted with permission of Al-Anon
Headquarters, Inc. Virginia Beach, VA.
Al‑Anon / Alateen Information Services of Greater
7204 West 27th Street
St. Louis Park, MN 55426-3112 USA (map)
Hours: MTWThF 9am - 4pm, Sa closed;
please call before you come.
St. Paul Area Al‑Anon/Alateen Intergroup
253 State Street
Saint Paul, MN 55107-1612 USA (map)
Hours: Open Tuesday Noon to 4 pm, Wednesday Noon to 8 pm. Other days open for curbside pick up by appointment only. Call 651-771-2208
Minnesota South Area
P.O. Box 1059
Minnetonka, MN 55345-0059
Minnesota South Area Website: www.minnesotasouth-al-anon.org
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