Al-Anon is a mutual support group program for family members and friends to learn the facts about alcoholism as a “family illness” and how they can recover from the effects of someone else’s drinking.  When clients are concerned about someone’s alcoholism and drug addiction, they are welcome to attend Al-Anon with the understanding that our program focuses on alcoholism.  Al-Anon groups designated as having  “open” meetings welcome anyone interested in learning about our program regardless of their concerns.

Al-Anon’s 2015 Membership Survey reported that 40 percent of the Al-Anon members first came to Al-Anon because of a friend or relative’s drug problem. The survey also showed that 85 percent of these members eventually came to realize that someone’s drinking has also negatively affected their lives.

2018-08-27T09:18:00+00:00March 19, 2017|

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  1. D. June 2018 at 9:30 pm

    My 31 year old son is on meth and lives in my house and gets very violent and destroying my house. I had to move out and still paying all the bills. I don’t want him to go back to jail because when he got out first time. He wasn’t worse. I just want him to get some help.

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