Descriptions of Selected Alateen Literature


B-23 Courage to be Me: Living with Alcoholism
Introduced in 1996, this book was written for and by Alateens of all ages. Young people and adults will treasure the honesty and strength of recovery shown. Chapters include Courage, Twelve Steps, Twelve Traditions, Slogans, Newcomers, Working toward solutions and Sponsorship. Soft cover. Indexed. 326 pages. ISBN 0-910034-30-3 Source: NCWSA

B-10 Alateen -- A Day at a Time
A collection of positive, daily sharings written by Alateen members around the world. Indexed. 384 pages. ISBN 0-910034-53-2 Source: NCWSA

B-3 Alateen: Hope for Children of Alcoholics
Alateen helps young people deal with the effects of alcoholism in their home. Indexed. 115 pages. ISBN 0-910034-20-6 Source: NCWSA

Alateen's newest daily reader, filled with wonderful, hope-filled personal sharings. The simplicity and straightforwardness of these pages can show all of us, regardless of age, how to live right now, today. Indexed. 378 pages. Source: WSO


P-68 Alateen Talks Back on: Acceptance
Having the ability to cope with explosive situations helps us to gain control over our lives. 32 pages. Source: NCWSA


P-73 Alateen Talks Back on: Detachment
Members share on how Alateen recovery helps them to deal with their alcoholic relatives. 32 pages. Source: NCWSA

P-18 Twelve Steps & Twelve Traditions for Alateen
Questions, discussions and personal reflections of Alateen members. 60 pages. Source: NCWSA

P-21 Youth and the Alcoholic Parent
Questions and suggestions to help young people improve their own lives. 12 pages. Source: NCWSA

P-22 If Your Parents Drink Too Much
Alateen's cartoon booklet. Three separate stories of teenagers with parents who have drinking problems. 24 pages. Source: NCWSA

P-67 Dear Mom and Dad
This powerful leaflet gives a clear picture of what Alateen means to Alateen members. For parents, teachers, friends and others. 6 pages. Source: NCWSA

P-64 Alateen's 4th Step Inventory
An illustrated workbook on Fourth Step topics: Attitude, Love, Feelings, Self-Esteem, Responsibility and Relationships. 48 pages. Source: NCWSA

P-59 Moving On! From Alateen to Al-Anon
Former Alateen members experience the joy of continuing recovery in Al-Anon. 12 pages. Source:

P-41 Facts about Alateen
P-41: "Facts about Alateen" Explains our fellowship of young people whose lives have been affected by alcoholism in a family member or close friend. 4 pages. Source: NCWSA

P-44 What's "Drunk" Mama?
Large print illustrated booklet helps younger children understand alcoholism. 31 pages. Source: NCWSA

S-20 Has Your Life Been Affected by Someone Else's Drinking? Alateen Is for You!
Twenty questions help young people decide if Alateen is for them. Source: WSO

NCWSA: Reprinted with permission of Northern California World Service Area of AFG.
WSO: Reprinted with permission of World Service Office.
AWSC: Reprinted with permission of Colorado World Service of AFG.