Common questions

Are Al-Anon meetings back in person?


Are Al-Anon meetings back in person?

Coronavirus (COVID-19) : Due to Covid-19 restrictions most regular Al-Anon groups are not currently holding face to face meetings. [ Unfortunately many of these meetings are currently suspended due to the Covid-19 emergency]. Click here to search for a meeting on the Al-Anon UK & Eire website.

What is an AFG meeting?

Al-Anon Family Groups (AFG) is a community resource providing support to anyone affected by a relative or friend’s drinking. There are over 24,000 Al-Anon and 2,300 Alateen groups meeting in 115 countries. Al-Anon: Has only one requirement for membership–each member has been affected by someone else’s drinking.

Is Al-Anon for families?

The Al-Anon Family Groups are a fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics who share their experience, strength, and hope in order to solve their common problems. We believe alcoholism is a family illness and that changed attitudes can aid recovery. Al-Anon has but one purpose: to help families of alcoholics.

Is there an Al Anon podcast?

The Recovery Show » Finding serenity through 12 step recovery in Al-Anon – a podcast The Recovery Show. 12-step recovery for those of us who love alcoholics or addicts. We share our experience, strength, and hope as we use the principles of the Al-Anon program in our lives.

What are some spiritual principles?

Freeing Ourselves From Chaos Through Spiritual Principles

  • Acceptance.
  • Hope.
  • Faith.
  • Courage.
  • Honesty.
  • Willingness.
  • Humility.
  • Responsibility.

What does Al-Anon stand for?

Definition. Al-Anon. Alcohlics Anonymous (support group for loves ones of alcoholics)

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What is codependency podcast?

In the Codependency No More Podcast, Brian and Jennifer take you along on their journey of codependency recovery. While having conversations with experts, other codependents, and each other, they expose you to experiences and points of view to help you in your own journey of codependency recovery.