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Al-Anon Meetings in Yakima, Washington

What is Al-anon?

How do You Explain Al-Anon?

Al-Anon is an organization that has support group meetings for people who have loved ones suffering from addictions.

Alateen Explained

Alateen is a group that is just for teenagers and children who have addicted family members. It's a safe place for them to share with each other.

How does Alanon Help?

What Happens During Al-Anon Family Groups?

Upon your first visit to an Al-Anon meeting, you might feel a little out of place, but the others will welcome you with open arms. You can share as much or as little as you'd like, and there is no charge to attend.

Opting for Local Alanon Meetings Near Yakima, Washington


Memorial Hospital
2811 Tieton Dr.
Yakima, WA


Grace of Christ Presbyterian Church
9S 8th Ave.
Yakima, WA


St. Timothy's Episcopal Church
4105 Richey Rd.
Yakima, WA


Unity Church
401 S 8th Ave.
Yakima, WA


Heritage University
3240 Fort Rd.
Toppenish, WA


Vineyard Church
12 noon
221 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Yakima, WA


Wesley United Methodist Church
1111 W. Fremont Ave.
Selah, WA

For information on other locations for Al Anon meetings in Yakima, Washington, please click here.
Yakima AA Meetings Online

Can You Find Al-Anon Online?

  • Al-Anon Step Chatters: This study group meets at noon EST on Wednesdays. You can access it on your mobile device or computer.
  • Al-Anon Beginners: If you're new to Al-Anon, this group is perfect for you. It 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 in the evenings, and it can be accessed through the StarChat IRC network.
  • Caring Space Al-Anon Chat: This support group meets on Monday nights at 9pm EST. Meetings are accessible with any device.

Resources in Addition to Al Anon Meetings in Yakima, WA

Maybe you've tried Al Anon, 12 Steps Programs and other resources, but you need more. Fortunately, there are other ways to get help. If in-person meetings aren't for you, Al-Anon phone meetings might be something you're interested in. Also, if you're looking for Al Anon literature, Al-Anon Family Groups has published many Al-Anon books that are sure to be helpful.


Getting Help from Northpoint Recovery in Yakima, Washington

Do you have a loved one who is suffering from an addiction? If so, then you're probably feeling like you need more than Allanon meetings to help you. While going to an Al Anon meeting can be very beneficial, you want to know how to get help for your family member. Here at Northpoint Recovery, we can assist you with that.

We offer intervention services that have helped so many others open the lines of communication with the people they love the most. You need Al-Anon, and your loved one needs our help. Find out how Northpoint Recovery can be of more assistance to you by contacting us today.

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