Posts Categorized: Alanon

Online Addiction Support Groups to Support Recovery

Online addiction support groups offer a secure place to talk and share. People can learn from others who have been in the same situation. They can also find new ways to cope with their problems. Online groups are easy to join, and people can participate from anywhere. They are open to everyone, no matter their […]

What Does Al-Anon Mean?

Al-Anon is a support group and worldwide fellowship of people whose lives have been affected by another person’s alcohol use. These support group meetings are available throughout the United States for people who need help and guidance coping with a loved one’s drinking problem. Here’s everything you need to know about Al-Anon and how you […]

Healing and Helping: Understanding Al-Anon’s 12 Steps

Being a family member or loved one of someone who has an alcohol addiction can take a heavy toll on your sense of wellbeing and quality of life. You may feel a mix of conflicted emotions—you may want to help, but you also may be wary of how your help will be received, especially if […]

Finding Hope: Are There “Al-Anon Promises?”

Al-Anon can often be a great source of hope and encouragement for people whose lives have been affected by someone else’s drinking. Not to be confused with Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), Al-Anon was founded as part of Al-Anon Family Groups in 1951 by Anne B. and Lois W.—wife of AA co-founder Bill W. Al-Anon is a […]

20 Helpful Al-Anon Quotes to Get You Through

Al-Anon can be a great source of support, hope, and encouragement when your life is being affected by someone else’s drinking. Al-Anon is part of the Al-Anon Family Groups worldwide fellowship, which publishes many books and pamphlets that share Al-Anon’s purpose—to help family and friends recover from another person’s drinking problem. Much of Al-Anon’s literature […]