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Al-Anon Celebrates 65 Years of Hope for Families of Alcoholics

Since May 1951, anyone affected by someone else’s drinking has been welcome to attend a local Al-Anon meeting. Al-Anon is for parents, spouses, siblings, adult children, and friends of anyone who has a drinking problem.

(PRWeb May 19, 2016)

If People Think It’s Only Alcohol

During April Alcohol Awareness Month, Al-Anon Family Groups address the impact on family members and friends of those who drink too much alcohol. While alcohol may be a legal substance, when it is abused it causes devastating effects for the drinkers and their loved ones.

(PRWeb April 12, 2016)

One in Four Children Deal With the Disastrous Effects of a Parent’s Alcoholism

During Children of Alcoholics Awareness Week, from February 14-20, Al-Anon highlights the life-altering effects on children who grow up with a parent who drinks too much alcohol. Results from Al-Anon’s 2015 Membership Survey reveal higher percentages of depression, anxiety, and PTSD among those who have been affected by a parent’s alcoholism.

(PRWeb February 18, 2016)