TEEN AA-Parents of underage Minors BEWARE-has your teen attended AA/NA-Was your teen abused or preyed on by AA members? There is no such thing as teen AA. And AA is NOT SAFE for Adult women never mind your teen!

FIrst of all it’s a crime to have a 35 year old hitting on your 15 year old. AA is full of level 2 & 3 sex offenders and violent criminals. Google AA in the News.

SO- We are collecting stories about underage teens who have attended AA or NA and now you feel like you have lost your child to a cult? DO NOT TRUST someone in AA with your teen. Especially if they are under 18. They should do step work with them in a public place. Not in the sponsor’s home.

I have received emails of women who have been raped by AA guys. All love & light BS up front and sick sick sick when they get them alone.

Also-Parents beware of the cult type behavior. Maybe take your kid to Smart Recovery or do online meetings with Rational Recovery that doesn’t take you kid away from you FOREVER. Seek out NON 12 step treatment. Read the stories on http://www.stinkin-thinkin.com follow the link -WHY I LEFT AA.

DO NOT LEAVE small children alone with middle aged AA men that you barely know. Treat them like strangers in a park or library.


13 thoughts on “TEEN AA-Parents of underage Minors BEWARE-has your teen attended AA/NA-Was your teen abused or preyed on by AA members? There is no such thing as teen AA. And AA is NOT SAFE for Adult women never mind your teen!

  1. Did you know:

    * Rape is never your fault!
    * Teens 16 to 19 are 3.5 times more likely to be victims of rape than the general population
    * 70 percent of all rapes are committed by someone known to the victim
    * Every two minutes someone, somewhere is sexually assaulted
    * Alcohol is the most commonly used date rape drug
    * Three out of five sexual assault happens in the victim’s home
    * One in four girls and one in six boys will be sexually assaulted by age 18
    * 80 percent of teens experience sexual harassment


    The average AA group is comprised of:

    Aged 41 and over 72.4%
    Caucasian 89.1%
    Unemployable/Disabled 12%



  2. If you are harassed sexually at Alateen, Al-anon, AA or NA and you were sent thier because of your school, the ACLU has just released “Gender-Based Violence & Harassment: Your School, Your Rights” which may be applicable depending upon the circumstances:

    * Title IX is a federal civil rights law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex, including on the basis of sex stereotypes, in education programs and activities. All public schools and any private schools receiving federal funds must comply with Title IX.
    * Under Title IX, discrimination on the basis of sex can include sexual harassment or sexual violence such as rape, sexual assault, sexual battery, sexual coercion, or dating violence.

    It covers:

    * follows you around, always wants to know where you are and who you are with, or stalks you
    * pressures you to perform sexual acts
    * touches you sexually against your will
    * forces you to have sex
    * interferes with your birth control
    * verbally abuses you using anti-gay or sex-based insults
    * sends you repeated and unwanted texts, IMs, online messages, and/or phone calls that harass you
    * hits, punches, kicks, slaps, or chokes you
    * verbally or physically threatens you

    It depends on a number of factors, but they may be able to help.

    Read more at: http://www.aclu.org/womens-rights/gender-based-violence-harassment-your-school-your-rights


  3. Also Alanon I believe only has safeguards in Alateen to protect themselves legally-because it is called Alateen.
    If a teen goes to Alanon because of no Alateen available-there are not the same safe guards in place. There are no background checks in Alanon-that can associate and counsel teens/minors. This is not a sincere attempt at
    protecting children-only there on hide.When I have asked why they do not have the same safeguards in Alanon when dealing with teens/minors I was told the only reason is because Alateen has the word teen in it.
    Basically it ‘outs them’ with working with minors.
    Where in Alanon they can hide that fact.


    1. That’s right SF Because Al Anon is full of control freaks and victims.
      They actually have a sign that says ” we only speak Al ANon here” good god.. what does that mean… I leave my head at the door.
      They’re nuts.


  4. Sorry – I think my post did not come out right. What I am trying to say is that Alateen is like a gateway drug to AA, it may lead to AA. There is no AA for teens. If a teen is Alcoholic they may be sent to Alateen by mistake. Any child that goes to Alateen will have a higher probability of ending up in AA because they automatically become associated with many alcoholic families. There association with these families is even more dangerous than AA because there are no other AA members around that could step in to help if needed.


  5. There is a Teen AA of sorts. It is called Alateen and is run the under the Al-Anon group. It is not used to treat people who are Alcoholic, it is used to help the teenage children of Alcoholics cope with the problem thier family members are having. The sponsors of Alateen come from Al-Anon and are supposed to have a full background check which is a good start. The problem still exists that you are allowing an adult full access to the thoughts and feelings of a child. There is a possibility of sexual and financial abuse but it is limited.

    The problems with Alateen under the Al-Anon umbrella are many. The first problem is that the children are recruited in school and the parent has no control over it. The second major problem is that there are many different levels of Alcohol Abuse and a child that is experiencing mild alcohol abuse in his family may become very good friends with someone who has a family devastated by it. They will exchange phone numbers and addresses and probably go to each others houses for visits.

    This is where the major problems come in, a child who may have mentioned about his parent getting drunk at Christmas to a school counselor may suggest Alateen to the child who may then become friends with a seriously alcoholic family. They will be in danger when they visit this persons house. If the other child comes over or sleeps over at your house you run the risk of a very distraught drunken family member coming over to your house to get them. There is also the possibility that the other Alateen is an Alcoholic and may be a bad influence on your child. There is no AA for teenagers and they will have to go to the adult AA where no safeguards such as background checks are performed at all.

    For more information on Alateen visit:



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