Pamphlets

 

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Since its founding in 1951, Al Anon Family Groups has published more than 100 books and pamphlets that share a single purpose: to help family and friends recover from the effects of someone else’s drinking. This literature supplements the face-to-face meetings where Al Anon members share their insights and experiences with each other. It is only one tool of the Al Anon program.

Al Anon literature is most fully understood when used in conjunction with other tools of the program. The books and pamphlets can strengthen your recovery, but they cannot substitute for the help and healing that takes place at Al Anon meetings in the context of a complete recovery program.

Upon turning 21-years, a member of Alateen will be most interested to read the information contained in this pamphlet. It is also useful for members of Al-Anon generally, for understanding the younger person’s voice.

Code: 
P-59
No of pages: 
11

This illustrated pamphlet, packed with useful insights about applying the Twelve Traditions, depicts a, 'majority of members from every walk of life, young or old... engaged in activities that represent group actions in a variety of settings that might easily be recognized the world over' (from the Introduction)

Code: 
P-60
No of pages: 
31

The subtext of this recovery pamphlet is: From Men, about the Women in Their Lives

Code: 
P-62
No of pages: 
7

This recovery pamphlet is the voice of young people explaining to “mom” or “dad” how their lives have been affected by alcoholism, the family disease – as well as why Alateen becomes important to those young lives lucky enough to find the peace and relief they have craved.

Code: 
P-67
No of pages: 
5

“Acceptance comes through the comfort we receive from members at meetings when we slowly begin to understand and care about ourselves and others, and by recognizing that alcoholism is a disease. We come to accept that we can only change ourselves—no one else…”

Code: 
P-68
No of pages: 
32

In Alateen, SERENITY means peace of mind or the ability to cope with explosive situations in a calm manner' (from the Introduction); includes 10 Alateen meeting topics

Code: 
P-69
No of pages: 
32

“Often the slogans were the first program ideas we were able to grab on to.” This useful little booklet for teens presents illustrated, collated sharings by Alateen members on the slogans, describing the way that help is always at hand when we remember to recall one or other slogan to mind.

Code: 
P-70
No of pages: 
32

Teens benefit from developing an understanding of the concept of detachment, especially detaching with love from unhealthy behaviour; includes 10 Alateen meeting topics

Code: 
P-73
No of pages: 
52

This booklet offers wonderful assistance to members, especially newer in recovery and wanting to reclaim their lives from the despair known as alcoholism, the family disease; it's full of wonderful wisdom and sharings from members who know…

Code: 
P-78
No of pages: 
60

"Sobriety is a beginning... Al-Anon can help" (pullout quote displayed on the front cover on this service pamphlet) 

Code: 
P-81ES
No of pages: 
3

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