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Al-Anon Meetings in Seattle, Washington

When you have a family member who struggles with an addiction to drugs or alcohol, you constantly feel as though you wish you could do something. You'd love to help make a change in the life of your loved one, but you feel stuck. Unfortunately, so many people don't realize that there is help for families who have a family member either battling an addiction or in recovery.

Seattle Al-Anon meetings

How do You Describe Al Anon?

Al Anon is an organization that offers support groups for families who have loved ones who are either in need of recovery from addictions, or currently in recovery. People often need so much more help than they realize, and Al-Anon gives them a place to connect with others who understand their struggles.

Seattle Al-Anon meetings

What's the Difference Between Alateen and Al-Anon?

Seattle Al-Anon meetings

Alateen meetings are similar to Allanon meetings in that they offer help and support to families. However, Alateen meetings are centered around teenagers and children. This particular age group often needs a different type of help when they have loved ones with addictions, and Alateen provides it for them. It gives them a safe place to share about how they feel and find the support they need.

Seattle Al-Anon meetings
Seattle Al-Anon meetings

What are Al-Anon Family Groups Meetings Like?

When you go to Al-Anon, 12 Steps will be read out loud. This is helpful for you to understand the way that recovery works for your loved one. You'll be able to take the time to share with others about your experiences, but if you don't feel like sharing, you can simply pass. You may find that others are quick to recommend Al Anon literature that has helped them to cope with their family members' addictions, and everyone is there to help each other.

Are You Looking for Alanon Meetings Near Seattle, Washington?

Sundays

UW School of Social Work
8:30am
4101 15th Ave. NE
Seattle, WA

Seattle University Student Center
12 noon
901 12th Ave.
Seattle, WA

Mondays

North Minster Presbyterian Church
7am
7706 25th Ave NW
Seattle, WA

First Free Methodist Church
12 noon
3200 3rd Ave. W
Seattle, WA

Tuesdays

Unity on Union Books
7am
2420 E. Union St.
Seattle, WA

Edgewood Services
7:30am
1200 Westlake Ave N. #508
Seattle, WA

Wednesdays

North Seattle Friends Church
6pm
7736 24th Ave NE
Seattle, WA

Mount Baker Park Presbyterian Church
7pm
3201 Hunter Blvd. S.
Seattle, WA

Thursdays

Seattle University Student Center
7am
901 12th Ave.
Seattle, WA

Fauntleroy Church
6:30pm
9140 California Ave. SW
Seattle, WA

Fridays

Calvary Christian Assembly
7:30pm
6801 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle, WA

Seattle Counseling Services
8pm
1216 Pine St. Ste 300
Seattle, WA

Saturdays

St. John's Episcopal Church
8am
4210 SW Hanford St.
Seattle, WA

Admiral Congregational Church
8:30am
4320 SW Hill St.
Seattle, WA


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Seattle Al-Anon meetings

Al-Anon Online: An Additional Resource for You

It is possible to access Al-Anon online, and there are many different groups you can choose from.

  • Al-Anon Beginners: If you're new to Al-Anon, this group meets on Friday nights at 8pm EST. You can access it on your computer or mobile device.
  • But One Purpose AFG: This online Al-Anon group meets Saturdays and Sundays, and it can be accessed through the StarChat IRC network.
  • Al-Anon Step Chatters: This is a 12 Steps study group that meets at noon EST on Wednesdays. You can access it on your mobile device or computer.
  • Caring Space Al-Anon Chat: This group meets on Monday nights at 9pm EST. Meetings are accessible with any device.
Seattle Al-Anon meetings

Al Anon Meetings in Seattle, Washington: Utilize These Resources

There are a lot of different resources available to you if you're interested in Al-Anon. Al-Anon Family Groups have published many different Al-Anon books that you can read to give you as much information as possible. You can also consider Al-Anon phone meetings if you would rather participate in a conference call.

How Can Northpoint Recovery in Seattle, WA Help You?

Perhaps you have a loved one who is in need of addiction treatment, and you don't know how to communicate that to them. Northpoint Recovery can assist you by providing intervention services that can help. Going to an Al Anon meeting can be so beneficial for you, but if it's time to take your help to the next level, please contact us for information on how we can be of further assistance.

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