Pamphlets

Listed below are only a few of the available pamphlets.  Please visit our Literature page for information on how to order these or other available pamphlets.

 
Al-Anon: You, and the Alcoholic
Al-Anon: You and the Alcoholic
Q & A basics address the most frequently asked concerns about Al-Anon and how it helps. 8 pages.
P-2
 
The Twelve Steps and Traditions
A pocket-sized starter guide to Al-Anon's Steps and Traditions. Also includes the "Three Obstacles to Success in Al-Anon." 24 pages.
P-17
 
Alcoholism, A Merry-Go-Round of Denial
An Al-Anon classic! Dramatic analogy helps family members and friends see roles they play in the lives of alcoholics. 24 pages.
P-3
 

What Do You Do About the Alcoholic's Drinking?
Depicts common misconceptions of family members and friends of alcoholics in trying to cope and how Al-Anon can help. 8 pages.
P-19
 
Alcoholism, The Family Disease
Longtime favorite includes personal stories, questions and answers, "Do's and Don'ts," "Just for Today," "Maturity Checklist," and the "Three Obstacles to Success in Al-Anon." 32 pages.
P-4
Largeprint P-4L
 
Sponsorship, What It's All About
Basic explanation of sponsorship provides guidance on finding a Sponsor, what to expect, and suggestions for Sponsors. 16 pages.
P-31
 
Freedom From Dispair
A message of hope for anyone facing alcoholism, a problem we can't solve alone. 4 pages.
P-6
 
Why Anonymity in Al-Anon?
Describes personal anonymity as a spiritual principle and how to respect members' confidentiality in everyday situations. 8 pages.
P-33
 
This is Al-Anon
Mini meeting guide includes Al-Anon's Suggested Welcome; Preamble; Serenity Prayer; Twelve Steps, Traditions, Concepts of Service; the slogans; and Closing. 12 pages.
P-32
 

Al-Anon Sharings from Adult Children
Lingering effects of parental alcoholism are illustrated through personal stories. Includes section on how adult children apply the Twelve Steps. 24 pages.
P-47
 

Purpose and Suggestions
Al-Anon's first pamphlet describes our fellowship's purpose and suggestions for applying it to improve our lives. 6 pages.
P-13
 
 

Al-Anon Spoken Here
Keeping it Al-Anon to avoid dilution of our program. Questions and answers help us maintain our focus on Al-Anon, regardless of other interests or affiliations. 8 pages.
P-53
 
So You Love an Alcoholic
Suggests first steps to take for a changed attitude toward the alcoholic. Unexpected answers to the question, "What shall I do?" 6 pages.
P-14
 

The Concepts, Al-Anon's Best-Kept Secrets?
Explains Al-Anon's third Legacy for worldwide service in an easy-to-understand manner. Illustrated. 32 pages.
P-57
 
Three Views of Al-Anon
Includes "An Open Letter from an Alcoholic" and other insightful essays from A.A. members on why they recommend Al-Anon to the families and friends of alcoholics. 8 pages.
P-15

Al-Anon's Twelve Traditions Illustrated
Al-Anon's second Legacy described with simplicity and humor to help us grasp the principles of the Twelve Traditions. Illustrated. 32 pages.
P-60