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Friends and Family Members Affected by Alcoholics Don’t Have to Wait to Get Help

In an interview by Al-Anon Family Groups this week with Danielle Fritze, Mental Health America (MHA) Director of Public Education, she explained how MHA is promoting the theme B4Stage4, which focuses on addressing mental health concerns early, rather than at “Stage 4” – when symptoms are more severe, and recovery is a longer process. Friends and family members of alcoholics are no strangers to the concerns over mental health conditions, and many find hope and support in Al-Anon.

(PRWeb June 16, 2015)

Al-Anon Family Groups Acknowledge “May is Mental Health Month 2015”

About 50% of people will develop at least one mental health condition during their lifetime, according to Mental Health America, organizer of May is Mental Health Month. An estimated 36% of Americans are affected by someone else’s problem drinking, suffering from a range of mental health issues, including depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress, but can find help and support for these mental health issues at Al-Anon Family Groups.

(PRWeb May 21, 2015)

Family Members Look for Ways to Cope with Problems Caused by Someone Who Drinks Too Much

Families of problem drinkers can change the way they react to alcoholic behavior, therapist writes in current issue of "Al-Anon Faces Alcoholism" magazine.

(PRWeb April 30, 2015)