S-Anon International Family Groups
The following resources are provided by the World Service Office (WSO) for group support.
A summary of information on banking for S-Anon groups in the U.S.
S-Anon/S-Ateen Service Manual
This manual 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. Many questions related to how S-Anon works at every level can be answered by consulting the Service Manual.
S-Anon Speakers' Pool
The WSO serves as a clearinghouse of information about S-Anon speakers for event organizers who request it. If you are organizing a local or regional S-Anon event and are looking for a speaker outside of your area, contact the WSO for an updated speakers' pool list.
S-Anon Suggested Meeting Format
This suggested meeting format is provided for your convenience. It is Conference-Approved, which means that it reflects the experience of a wide variety of S-Anon individuals and groups.
S-Ateen Suggested Meeting Format
This suggested meeting format is provided for your convenience. It is Conference-Approved, which means that it reflects the experience of a wide variety of S-Ateen individuals and groups.
S-Anon Trademark Policy
S-Anon's policy regarding the use of the S-Anon Name, Logo, and Registered Marks.
Delegate Information Form
As an Area Delegate or Alternate, register your information with the World Service Office.
Inquirer Telephone Support Form
Volunteer to serve as a contact person for inquirers who live in an area where there are no meetings.
Register a new intergroup with the World Service Office or submit updated information for an existing intergroup.
for the WSC
Any member of S-Anon can make a motion on any topic that affects S-Anon as a whole. Motions must be submitted via a member of the World Service Conference (WSC), preferably a Delegate. The window for submitting motions runs from August 1 - March 1.
Registered Group Secretary/Contact Information
Register a new group with the World Service Office or submit updated information for an existing group.
Speakers' Pool Registration Form
Register for the S-Anon Speakers' Pool which gives organizers of local and regional S-Anon events easier access to a broad selection of speakers who are willing to speak at retreats, marathons and other events. For more information, see the S-Anon Speakers' Pool Guidelines included with the registration form.
Provide a completed Written Release with your writing contributions submitted for upcoming S-Anon literature.
S-Anon Service Tools and Materials are created by the S-Anon World Service Office (WSO), an S-Anon Board of Trustees (BOT) Standing Committee, or as the result of an S-Anon World Service Conference discussion and primarily offer suggestions on “how to” conduct certain activities, such as starting a meeting, hosting marathons and international conventions, and handling business matters.
The WSO offers many of its service pamphlets as free downloads from the SIFG Online Store. These pamphlets are intended for personal use only and may not be used for resale. Printed copies can also be ordered through the SIFG Online Store.
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modified on 1/30/17.