Al-Anon and Alateen
are non-professional, self-supporting non-political and multi-racial.
Share what you're going through with Alateen
on 020 7403 0888 (10am-10pm), an organisation for young people between 12 and 20 affected by someone else's drinking.
, part of Al-Anon, which is an organisation which helps the families of problem drinkers.
is another support group especially for teens dealing with a parent's alcohol abuse.
The resources of Al-Anon and Alateen
can help family members receive the ongoing support they need to effect needed changes in family life.
is part of AA and is for kids who have family members with drinking problems.
Please talk to your doctor, and if you call Alateen
on 020-7403 0888 maybe you won't feel so alone.
The most readily identified are Al-Anon, Nar-Anon and Alateen
, but many churches and other organizations have outreach support programs also.
After sharing their "secrets," they decided to go together to some Alanon and Alateen
meetings, which organize support groups for children and family of alcoholics.
They even have a special division called Alateen
which gives help to youngsters like yourself.
I think you should contact Alateen
, the group for those with parents with a drink problem, on www.
Skill #4 (support sobriety) can be applied in many ways, including by participating in the family component of treatment, attending 12-Step groups such as Al-Anon, Alateen
, and Nar-Anon, and praising the substance abuser for positive changes that are observed.