Alateen

So what’s Alateen?
Alateen is a fellowship of young Al-Anon members, usually teenagers, whose lives have been affected by someone else’s drinking.

Is someone else’s drinking bothering you?

You can use these 20 questions to help you decide whether Alateen is for you.
You can also learn more about Alateen, online meetings, and other opportunities here.

Where can I find an Alateen meeting in Vermont?
Face-to-face meetings are temporarily cancelled, but you can join Alateen Chat by clicking here (from a computer, but not a mobile device, tablet, or ipad).
And Alateens are welcome at all Al-Anon meetings.

Want to spread the word?
Help spread the word about Alateen by printing this flyer or this one, posting them around town, and sharing them with friends and youth leaders!

Want to serve an Alateen group?
Each Alateen meeting must have two Al-Anon members attending the meeting who have completed the process of becoming an Al-Anon Member Involved in Alateen Service (AMIAS). If you think you might be interested in becoming an AMIAS, write to info@vermontalanonalateen.org, and your message will be forwarded to the VT Area Alateen Coordinator. You can also take a look here to see the requirements, guidelines, and forms that are needed to serve in this way.

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