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Al-Anon's Twelve Steps & Twelve Traditions (Revised) (B-8)
Our first two Legacies, the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions, come alive through essays, reflections, and members' stories. Indexed. 164 pages.
Al-Anon/Alateen Service Manual (P-24/27)
Essential reference sourcebook. Contains "Al-Anon and Alateen Groups at Work," "Digest of Al-Anon and Alateen Policies," "World Service Handbook," and descriptive text explaining "Al-Anon's Twelve Concepts of Service." Current edition. Indexed. Spiral bound. 304 pages.
Alateen Talks Back on: Acceptance (P-68)
Alateen members share on accepting the reality of their lives using prose, poetry, and artwork from the Alateen Talk newsletter. Illustrated. 32 pages.
Alateen Talks Back on: Detachment (P-73)
Alateen members share on letting go with love, using prose, poetry, and artwork from the Alateen Talk newsletter. Illustrated. 32 pages.
Alateen Talks Back on: Serenity (P-69)
Alateen members share on searching for serenity using prose, poetry, and artwork from the Alateen Talk newsletter. Illustrated. 32 pages.
Alateen Talks Back on: Slogans (P-70)
Alateen members share how the slogans help, using prose, poetry, and artwork from the Alateen Talk newsletter. Illustrated. 32 pages.
Alateen's 4th Step Inventory (P-64)
This workbook keeps it simple for members of any age with questions, cartoons, and space to write or draw your feelings. 48 pages.
Alateen--a day at a time (B-10)
Daily help for teens. Positive sharings from Alateen members around the world. Indexed. 384 pages.
Alateen--Hope for Children of Alcoholics (B-3; Soft Cover)
Basic introductory book for teens affected by someone else's drinking. Easy-to-understand explanation of alcoholism and the Alateen program. Indexed, Soft Cover. 128 pages.
As We Understood… (B-11)
Spirituality, Al-Anon style. Members share their understanding of the spiritual ideas and tools of the Al-Anon program. Indexed. 273 pages.
Blueprint for Progress: 4th Step Inventory (Revised) (P-91)
Workbook for conducting an in-depth inventory, expanded from P-5 to include additional sections on fear, anger, control, intimacy, sex, finances, and spirituality. Spiral bound and 8 ½ x 11. Three-hole punched. 96 pages.
Courage to Be Me--Living with Alcoholism (B-23; Soft Cover)
Alateen's most comprehensive book, filled with shared recovery from Alateen members. Includes workshops for group discussions. Indexed. Soft Cover. 326 pages.
Dilemma of the Alcoholic Marriage (B-4; Soft Cover)
Help for the spouse in dealing with problems in alcoholic relationships. Discusses anger, communication, sex, and more. Indexed. Soft Cover. 102 pages.
Discovering Choices (B-30; Soft Cover)
Recovery in relationships affected by alcoholism is explored in-depth as members share how they have improved a wide variety of relationships by using the program's tools. Indexed. Soft Cover. 335 pages.
Hope for Today (B-27)
Daily sharings from Al-Anon's adult children members are for anyone who wants to grow in acceptance, compassion, and understanding. Indexed. 383 pages.
How Al-Anon Works for Families&Friends of Alcoholics (B-32; Soft Cover)
Softcover edition of Al-Anon's basic book is ideal for sharing widely with newcomers as a way of "paying our gratitude forward." Available in the U.S. and Canada only. Indexed. Soft Cover, 416 pages.
Living Today in Alateen (B-26)
Alateen's second daily reader shows how members practice the program right now, today. Indexed. 378 pages.
Living With Sobriety (P-49)
Sobriety brings new challenges for the family and friends as well as the alcoholic. In this booklet, members share how they met these challenges. Indexed. 52 pages.
Lois Remembers (B-7; Soft Cover)
Al-Anon's beginnings, as recalled by our cofounder, Lois W. She also describes the eventful years leading up to the founding of A.A. and Al-Anon. Illustrated. Indexed. Soft Cover. 208 pages
Many Voices, One Journey (B-31)
Al-Anon's story of growth and recovery as experienced by the fellowship as a whole and individual members over Al-Anon's first 60 years. Personal stories, interspersed with insightful discussion questions, tell how members found the courage to change as they faced challenges in their personal lives and in the development of the fellowship. Indexed, softcover. 426 pages.
One Day at a Time in Al-Anon (B-6)
An Al-Anon classic! Inspirational readings relate Al-Anon philosophy to everyday situations, helping to make each day better than the one before. Indexed. 384 pages.
One Day at a Time in Al-Anon (B-14; Large Print)
An Al-Anon classic! Inspirational readings relate Al-Anon philosophy to everyday situations, helping to make each day better than the one before. Indexed. Large Print. 384 pages.
Opening Our Hearts, Transforming Our Losses (B-29)
Grief and loss affect almost every aspect of living-or having lived-with alcoholism. Members share how they have learned to acknowledge and accept these losses with the help of Al-Anon Family Groups. Indexed, softcover. 201 pages.
Reaching for Personal Freedom: Living the Legacies (P-92)
A workbook for using Al-Anon's Twelve Steps, Traditions, and Concepts of Service in one's personal life, it provides insightful examples from members and thought-provoking questions. Spiral bound and 8 ½ x 11. Three-hole punched. 176 pages.
The Al-Anon Family Groups--Classic Edition (B-5)
Al-Anon's first book, in its original text, remains pertinent, connecting us with our pioneer members' legacy. With an added introduction, footnotes, and appendix. Indexed. 196 pages.
When I Got Busy, I Got Better (P-78)
The secret to recovery is service. Members share how Twelfth Step work builds self-esteem, confidence, and trust while reducing fear and isolation. 64 pages.
A Guide for Sponsors of Alateen Groups (P-29)
Basic information for Alateen Group Sponsors on starting and supporting an Alateen group. Six pages.
A Guide for the Family of the Alcoholic (P-7)
Clear, realistic look at alcoholism, the problems encountered by those close to the alcoholic, and the choices available to the family. 12 pages.
Adult Children of Alcoholics Newcomer Packet (K-21)
Welcomes those who grew up with parental alcoholism. Includes P-47, P-48, P-53, S-4, S-25, S-69, and M-12 assembled in a sleeve.
Al-Anon Fact File (P-36)
Factual information for the general public, media, and professional community. Eight pages.
Al-Anon is for Men (P-1)
Helps men identify typical reactions to alcoholism in another person. Six pages.
Al-Anon Newcomer Packet (K-10)
Welcomes first-timers with basic introductory Al-Anon pamphlets assembled in a sleeve. Includes P-14, P-19, P-48, P-53, P-67, S-4, M-12, and M-78.
Al-Anon Sharings from Adult Children (P-47)
Lingering effects of parental alcoholism are illustrated through personal stories. Includes section on how adult children apply the Twelve Steps. 24 pages.
Al-Anon Spoken Here (P-53)
Keeping it Al-Anon to avoid dilution of our program. Questions and answers help us maintain our focus on Al-Anon, regardless of other interests or affiliations. Eight pages.
Al-Anon Welcomes Adult Children of Alcoholics (S-69)
Outreach tool for those who grew up with alcoholism. Six pages.
Al-Anon Welcomes All People of Color (S-68)
Outreach tool for people of color can help them identify a need for the Al-Anon program. Six pages.
Al-Anon Welcomes Gays and Lesbians (S-70)
Outreach tool for gays and lesbians shares that hope and help are available in Al-Anon. Six pages.
Al-Anon Welcomes Native Americans/Aboriginals (S-67)
Outreach tool for Native communities describes the benefits of the Al-Anon program. Six pages.
Al-Anon's Cofounders (P-87)
About Al-Anon's beginnings, and how Lois W. and Anne B. founded Al-Anon Family Groups. Six pages.
Al-Anon's Twelve Traditions Illustrated (P-60)
Al-Anon's second Legacy described with simplicity and humor to help us grasp the principles of the Twelve Traditions. Illustrated. 32 pages.
Al-Anon, You, and the Alcoholic (P-2)
Q & A basics address the most common concerns about Al-Anon and how it helps. Eight pages.
Alateen Newcomer Packet (K-18)
Welcomes new Alateen members with helpful leaflets assembled in a sleeve. Includes P-21, P-22, P-41, P-67, S-4, S-20, M-9, M-13, M-18, and a sample issue of Alateen Talk.
Alateens Share with Adults in Their Lives (P-67)
For any adult in contact with a teenager affected by someone else's drinking. (Formerly titled Dear Mom & Dad.) Six pages. Revised 2016.
Alcoholics, Their Families, and the Judicial System (S-65ES)
Helps lawyers, judges, family advocates, and other legal professionals refer families and friends of alcoholics to Al-Anon. Four pages.
Alcoholism, a Merry-Go-Round Named Denial (P-3)
An Al-Anon classic! Dramatic analogy helps family members and friends see roles they play in the lives of alcoholics. 24 pages.
Alcoholism, the Family Disease (Large print) (P-4L)
Longtime favorite includes personal stories, questions and answers, "Do's and Don'ts," "Just for Today," "Maturity Checklist," and the "Three Obstacles to Success in Al-Anon." 32 pages. Large-print
Alcoholism, the Family Disease (P-4)
Longtime favorite includes personal stories, questions and answers, "Do's and Don'ts," "Just for Today," "Maturity Checklist," and the "Three Obstacles to Success in Al-Anon." 32 pages.
Does She Drink Too Much? (P-62)
Men affected by women alcoholics share how Al-Anon has helped them. Six pages.
Facts About Alateen (P-41)
Basic information about Alateen, for young people affected by someone else's drinking. Six pages.
Freedom from Despair (P-6)
A message of hope for anyone facing alcoholism, a problem we can't solve alone. Four pages.
How Can I Help My Children? (P-9)
Inspiring stories by parents describe how they helped their children understand the family disease of alcoholism. 24 pages.
If Your Parents Drink Too Much (Cartoon) (P-22)
Alateen's cartoon booklet presents three separate stories of teenagers whose parents have drinking problems. 24 pages.
Information for Educators:Alateen Meetings in Schools (S-64)
Answers the questions educators ask about Alateen. Six pages.
Information for the Newcomer (S-4)
Brief explanation of Al-Anon for the beginner. Eight pages. Revised 2016.
Men's Newcomer Packet (K-23)
Welcomes men affected by someone else's drinking and lets them know they belong. Includes P-1, P-7, P-13, P-14, P-48, P-53, P-62, P-67, S-4, and M-12 assembled in a sleeve.
Moving On! From Alateen to Al-Anon (P-59)
Transitioning into Al-Anon described by former Alateen members as they continue recovery. 12 pages.
Parents of Alcoholics Reprint (R-18)
Stories from parents of alcoholics describe their struggle with detachment, responsibility, guilt, and letting go. Reprinted from Al-Anon's monthly magazine, The Forum. 12 pages.
Parents' Newcomer Packet (K-24)
Welcomes those whose child has a drinking problem. Includes P-7, P-13, P-14, P-16, P-48, P-53, P-67, S-4, and M-12 assembled in a sleeve.