Al-Anon meetings are held in over 133 countries. There are 17 countries with evolving structures and 36 countries with a national service structure or a General Service Office. Al-Anon General Service Offices and evolving structures are the World Service Office’s partners in the international community. Each operates as a distinct service entity within its respective country.
Translations of Al-Anon Conference Approved Literature are initiated by Al-Anon members living in the country where the language is spoken. All translations of Al-Anon Conference Approved Literature to other languages are to be submitted to the World Service Office for review and approval before permission to print or reprint is granted. For additional information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Countries with a National Service Structure or General Service Office
A General Service Office (GSO) is a national service structure in a country outside of the World Service Conference structure. Read More
Countries with an Evolving Service Structure
Evolving structures are defined as countries with an Al-Anon Information Service or trial national service structure. Read More
Groups in Countries Without a Service Structure
For groups in countries without a service structure, the World Service Office is their resource for information. Read More
International Al-Anon General Services Meeting (IAGSM) Summary
The International Al-Anon General Services Meeting (IAGSM) is a biennial service meeting for General Service Offices/national service structures. Read More