"In health care settings, there are many people who could potentially benefit from Al‑Anon, but their need is never identified. Health care providers often struggle to find time to screen for patients who have been affected by someone else’s drinking, which conservative estimates show to be at least 20 percent of the population..."
Cynthia Moreno Tuohy, Executive Director of The Association of Addiction Professionals (NAADAC). Cynthia discusses a professional’s concern for families whose loved ones have a drinking problem, and for the
Take advantage of everything the 2023 Al‑Anon International Convention has to offer by adding a ticket to the Day of Connecting or the Trailblazers Breakfast on Route 66—or
83% of Al‑Anon members report improvement in mental health within first year Participation in Al‑Anon meetings can have profound effects on a person’s mental health and improve their
Perspectives from Al‑Anon Members & Professionals The impacts of growing up with the family disease of alcoholism You can find out more about the family disease of