Teen Addiction Anonymous

a 12 step program generated by teens for teens with teens
To date, there have been over 20,000 times a teen has opted to attend meetings for support and outreach.
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 Arizona State University

Click here to learn about the study written by the Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy at the College of Public Service and Community Solutions at Arizona State University.

Argosy University

Click here to read a study regarding: Incarcerated Youth Attending Teen Addiction Anonymous: An Exploratory Study.


State of Massachusetts


Click here to read about the success of MPOWRD, as measured by the State of Massachusetts. 

Press Release -- Mass Mutual Community Impact Grant Awards Teen AA $100,000

Teen AA Honors FH Coalition
FHHS Receives Teen AA Award

Cave Creek School District Extends Teen AA Into Diversion Program
Shadow Mountain High School Program Expansion

JUNE 2013
Teen AA program finds success in high schools
Teen Addiction Anonymous: Addressing Addictive Behavior in a 12-Step Program

MAY 2013
Cronkite News Video: How Teen AA Works at Camelback High School
Arizona worst or close in CDC measures of teen substance abuse

JULY 2012
Parents and Teens are looking for help... What do we truly have to offer them?