Teenagers and Alcoholics Anonymous
Freedom from Bondage
A story of teenage recovery from Alcoholism
Young when she joined, this A.A. member believes her serious drinking was the result of even deeper issues. She tells here how she was set free, " ...This great experience that released me from the bondage of hatred and replaced it with love is really just another affirmation of the truth I know: I get everything I need in Alcoholics Anonymous - and everything I need I get. And when I get what I need, I invariably find that it is just what I needed all along."
This is a sample of the help available for teenagers suffering from alcohol problems themselves, or living in alcoholic families, in New Zealand:
"Young people in Sobriety" is an A.A. group that meets every Saturday evening at the 24-Hour Club, 1 Pollen St, Grey Lynn, Auckland.
All groups welcome people of all ages to their meetings.
Teens in Alcoholic Families
Alateen in New Zealand
Alateen provides hope and help for young people who are the relatives and friends of a problem drinker.
Al-Anon in New Zealand
Other non-alcoholic family members will find help and support through Al-Anon.
Information for Young People considering Alcoholics Anonymous
Teenagers in AA Recovery
A group of people reflect recovery in AA.
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