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This bookmark lists useful thought-words, setting out what the two programs offer members and potential new members: "fellowship", "mutual support", "non-professional", "anonymity", "spiritual", "single purpose", "worldwide" "compatible", "free of charge" (and they're just the "Is" trigger-words!).
A popular public information resource (bulk requests are normally limited).
A bookmark rather than a pamphlet, this very informative piece of CAL explains who Sponsors are and what Sponsorship is. “It is important to recognize that relationships sometimes change as we grow in Al-Anon. In order to continue growing, it may become necessary to change Sponsors. Sponsorship is not a lifelong commitment; letting go is not a sign of failure”. Sponsorship is: A relationship built on equality, anonymity and trust. A commitment to practice healthy communication – not based on intimidation or demands. An agreement to recover and grow together - not to struggle in isolation. A spiritual relationship with no strings attached. [Excerpt from, Sponsorship – Working together to Recover, M-78]
The World Service Conference convenes annually. During this time, one elected Delegate from each assembly area along with the Board of Trustees, the Executive Committee, and Al-Anon administrative staff members of the World Service Office come together to discuss and make decisions on important matters affecting Al-Anon/Alateen as a whole.
The Conference Summary is the annual written report to the Al-Anon/Alateen groups of the World Service Conference activities. It includes a report of World Service activities during the previous year. Additionally, thought-provoking, growth-providing ideas can be adapted or adopted for outreach and "inreach," including specific skits, workshops, and meeting topics.
The description (above) is from the Al-Anon Family Group website, copyright 2013, by Al-Anon Family Group Headquarters, Inc. Replicated with permission.
An illustrated workbook for teens who want to tackle a personal growth challenge: A Fourth Step inventory. Includes lots of extra space for writing, drawing and reflecting. Adults too, have found this workbook useful.
The task of making a searching and fearless moral inventory of ourselves can be daunting. This step-by-step workbook ensures the task is almost easy. Answers that require more thought than just "yes" or "no" are recommended, as is putting a date beside each entry so it's possible to look back and notice progress over the course of time.
Reaching for Personal Freedom: Living the Legacies, is a workbook for members to gradually progress through Al-Anon's three spiritual legacies: Twelve Steps, Twelve Traditions, and Twelve Concepts of Service. Sooner or later, most members struggle to know how to apply the program legacies to life beyond the four walls of Al-Anon meeting rooms. This workbook addresses that process. The sharings are fresh, and the questions invite some thought. Recommended: Date your entries for the benefit of observing personal progress whenever you look back.
"Whom you see here, what you hear hear, when you leave here, let it stay here."
Al-Anon Spoken Here! "Keep The Focus on Our Program, Please!" A stack of hats displays examples of other affiliations to please leave outside our meetings.
Alateen sponsors are a vital part of Al-Anon Family Groups. Some questions on this bookmark card, 'may help you decide if you can say "yes" to Alateen sponsorship.'
Supplementary items also available from Area offices:
- Pamphlets: Unity and Service
- Pamphlets: Public Information & Institutions Activities
- Special Items and Supplementary Materials
- Audio Cassettes
- Audio Visual
- Forum Reprints
- Guidelines — provided as an online service for use by Al-Anon Family Groups in Australia
- Other Materials.