All Al-Anon Family Group meetings welcome anyone who believes his/her life has been affected by someone else’s drinking, either today or in the past.
- “Families, Friends, and Observers welcome” – Al-Anon meetings welcome visitors seeking information about Al-Anon, as well as newcomers and members of Al-Anon.
- “Families and Friends only” – Al-Anon meetings are for members and prospective members only. Anyone who has been affected by someone else’s drinking is welcome.
Meeting types include Beginners, Parents, Men, Women, LGBTQ, Adult Children.
Meeting formats include Step, Tradition, Literature, Topic, Speaker.
Alateen is for children affected by someone else’s drinking. Meetings for teenagers can be found under Alateen.
Al-Anon Family Groups have but one purpose: to help families of alcoholics.
Anonymity is the spiritual foundation of all our Traditions. Your anonymity is protected at all times and everything you say or hear is confidential.
There are no dues or fees for membership — each group is self supporting through their own voluntary contributions.
No meeting is the same — try to attend as many different meetings as you can.
Meeting locations remain closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. However, many NJ Al-Anon Groups have been temporarily meeting online during this time. Updated login information for these meetings is now being posted with the Group's location information via the "Find an Al-Anon Meeting" link below.
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