Welcome to Al-Anon/Alateen in the Greater Minneapolis and St. Paul Area
Alateen Information Services
of Greater Minneapolis
|Saint Paul Al‑Anon/Alateen Intergroup|
Address: 7204 W 27th St.,
Suite 101, St. Louis Park, MN 55426
Hours: MTWThF 9am - 4pm, Sa 9am - 1pm
Address: 253 State St., Saint Paul, MN 55107
Hours: MTThF 12 - 4pm, W 12 - 8pm, Sa 9am - 1pm
All Alateen meetings are “closed”, limited to members and other young people who feel their lives have been or are being deeply affected by someone else’s drinking. The only adults who may attend a closed Alateen meeting are sponsors who have been certified as Al‑Anon Members Involved in Alateen Service (AMIAS).
You never need to make advance arrangements to attend a meeting; just show up and you will be warmly welcomed.
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Minneapolis Area Al‑Anon Meetings
St. Paul Area Al‑Anon Meetings Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Al‑Anon Adult Children Meetings, Bilingual Al‑Anon Meetings,Gay and Lesbian Al‑Anon Meeting
Only Alateen groups that are in compliance with the Minnesota South Area
Alateen Safety Policy
Minnesota North Area Alateen Safety Policy are listed here.
In addition to the groups above which are open to any young person affected by someone else’s drinking, there are “limited access” Alateen groups in certain schools. These are open only to students enrolled in the school. At present the following are the only schools which have such groups known to be in compliance with the Alateen Safety Policy. Contact the school for information about meeting time and location.
There is a meeting at Kennedy High School in Bloomington.
There is a Tuesday meeting at Stillwater High School in Stillwater.
There is a Tuesday meeting at Park Center High School in Brooklyn Park (starts Dec. 9).
There is a Wednesday meeting at Minnetonka Middle School East.
Contact the school for more information and to see if a non-student can attend.
Some schools may have support groups for children from homes with alcoholism. However, unless they are fully in compliance with Alateen Safety Policy they are not recognized by Al‑Anon as being Alateen groups.
Are you an Al‑Anon member interested in starting or sponsoring an
See the Alateen Sponsors’ page.
(Updated 28 December 2019)