100+ Al-Anon/Alateen Meetings Each Week in King County
Our meetings provide comfort to those suffering from the effects of alcoholism in a friend or family member. Alcoholism is a complex problem, with many related issues. At every Al-Anon meeting, you can hear people explain how Al‑Anon worked for them. Al-Anon can help you learn how to cope with the challenges of someone else’s drinking.
There are meetings for Spanish speakers, the Deaf, women, men, LBGTQ+, and members needing childcare. Alateen meetings are for teens dealing with the effects of alcoholism. No two meetings are alike so you are encouraged to try different meetings to find the one that is just right for you.
How can I help my problem drinker quit drinking?
Family members have the opportunity to learn from the experiences of others who have faced similar problems.
Someone Close to Me Has a Drug Problem
Al-Anon Family Groups have one focus: to help friends and families of alcoholics. Al‑Anon’s most recent membership survey reported, however, that 35 percent of Al‑Anon members first came to Al‑Anon Family Groups because of a friend or relative who had a drug problem. The survey also showed that 78 percent of these members eventually came to realize that someone’s drinking had also negatively affected their lives.
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