Al-Anon - Meetings

Delivered by Al-Anon
Note: Our premises are not open to the public.
  • Addictions

We want to make it as simple and easy as possible for you to get to a meeting where you will find others who have also had family members or friends who are problem drinkers.

The best way to find out what Al-Anon is all about and how we can help you is to attend a meeting. You can either use our ‘Find a Meeting’ link here or call our helpline

Using our ‘Find a Meeting’ option

With over 700 groups spread across the UK, there is likely to be an Al-Anon Family Groups meeting accessible to you.

All meetings are free to attend and open to anybody affected by another’s drinking. Simply come along at the day and time listed.

Virtual (online and telephone) meetings

Although most Al-Anon members prefer the closeness and safety of a physical meeting space, we understand that this is not always convenient for everyone.

The Al-Anon World Service Office (WSO) provides a range of online and telephone meetings. This ensures that there is always somewhere you can turn to when you need support. Please click here to find out more.

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