The S-Anon/S-Ateen Service Manual is meant to serve as a resource, grounded in S-Anon’s Twelve Traditions and Twelve Concepts of Service, not a rule book. It contains material gathered over the years related to experiences of local groups – what has worked well and what has not worked very well. It also contains all published material that explains the service structure of S-Anon in the United States and Canada and how the group conscience of S-Anon as a whole functions at the local, regional, national, and international levels. We hope that posting this manual on our website will encourage groups and individuals to refer to it often; many questions related to how S-Anon works at every level can be answered by consulting our Service Manual.
The manual is available online and may be referenced or printed for individual and group use only. The following statement applies to the manual in its entirety, and all sections of the manual:
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