Al-Anon and Alateen

HELP AND HOPE FOR FAMILIES AND FRIENDS OF ALCOHOLICS

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Chaos in Your Life?

Is Someone’s Drinking Troubling you?

Doubting Your Sanity?

 

Georgia Al-Anon can help!

For the millions of people affected by the excessive drinking of someone close to them, every day can be filled with bitterness, sadness and fear as they guard themselves against the effects of drinking.  Many of us arrived at the doors of Al-Anon feeling hopeless and with lives filled with chaos. But there is hope!

Through the program many of us have found a peace of mind we never thought possible. We suggest you attend at least 6 meetings and then decide if Al-Anon is right for you. We have many meetings across Georgia, and each one is unique. The people at the meeting understand what you are going through and are there to help!

What is Al-Anon?

Al-Anon is a mutual support program for people who are living with–or have lived with–someone whose drinking created problems for themselves or others. Alateen is Al-Anon’s recovery program for young people, teenagers up to age 19, who are living with or affected by the problem drinking of another person.

Al-Anon Family Groups have one focus: to help friends and families of alcoholics. However, Al‑Anon’s 2021 Membership Survey reported that 28% of Al‑Anon members first came to Al‑Anon because of a relative or friend’s drug problem.  Individuals concerned about someone’s drug addiction are welcome to attend Al‑Anon to determine if it’s right for them.

There are no dues or fees for membership and no appointment is required. Al-Anon is fully self-supporting through voluntary contributions and is not funded or affiliated with any outside organization. Although meetings frequently are held in churches, Al-Anon includes people of different religious affiliations, as well as individuals without any spiritual beliefs.

Wondering if Al-Anon or Alateen is right for you?

Has your life been affected by someone’s drinking?

Has your life been affected by someone’s drinking?

“I’m worried about how much he drinks.  I often lie to his boss to cover up for his absence from work. Maybe if he wouldn’t hang out with those friends all the time, he wouldn’t drink so much.”  Does this sound like something you’d  say?

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Wondering if Al-Anon or Alateen is right for you?

Has your life been affected by someone’s drinking?

Has your life been affected by someone’s drinking?

“I’m worried about how much he drinks.  I often lie to his boss to cover up for his absence from work. Maybe if he wouldn’t hang out with those friends all the time, he wouldn’t drink so much.”  Does this sound like something you’d  say?

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