North Carolina Alateen Information

Alateen: hope and help for younger family members and friends of alcoholics
"It's very difficult when a parent, stepparent, grandparent, friend, sibling, or any one else in one's life has a drinking problem. It affects how young people are treated and it shapes their world. Alateen meetings are where teens can find support and understanding from people their own age who are going through similar difficulties." -- World Service Office
The 12 StepsThe 12 Traditions of Alateen
Following are the Alateen forms for North Carolina
Click Here for Bermuda Forms
- 2017 AMIAS Virtual Training Schedule for Certification & Recertification
- AMIAS Certification Process     AMIAS Decertification Process
- AMIAS Recertification Letter     AMIAS Recertification Form
- NC Alateen Safety & Behavioral Requirements
- Resource Tools
- NC Al-Anon Member Involved in Alateen Service Application
- WSO Alateen Registration-Group Records Change Form
- WSO Al-Anon Member Involved in Alateen Service Application
- NC Sponsor Application
- NC Alateen Medical Information & Travel Authorization Form
- Alateen Sponsorship - Is it for you?
- Alateen Twenty Questions
- Alateen TALK Newsletter

Board of Trustees' Minimum Safety & Behavioral Requirements

- How to start an Alateen group
- Alateen Questions and Answers—July 2004
- Does the Board's Alateen Motion Violate Our Traditions?
- Questions about the Board Action
- Questions about implementation of Board Action