If you experiencing problems with the drinking of a friend, family member or loved one, you have come to the right place. First, attend a meeting as soon as you can. There are meetings every day in our area, and all gladly welcome newcomers.
In Al-Anon, we understand as perhaps few others can. We too were lonely and frustrated. But in Al-Anon we found there is hope and that changed attitudes can aid recovery.
We urge you to try our program. It has helped many of us find solutions that lead to serenity. So much depends on our own attitudes, and as we learn to place our problem in its true perspective, we find it loses its power to dominate our thoughts and our lives.
The family situation is bound to improve as we apply the Al-Anon ideas. Without such spiritual help, living with an alcoholic is too much for most of us. Our thinking becomes distorted by trying to force solutions, and we become irritable and unreasonable without knowing it.
The majority of the meetings are still conducted online, via Zoom. However, a few are in person.
Click on the Meetings menu and you will find a list of all available meetings. The Meeting Type will indicate if it's online or in-person.
Anonymity is a founding principle of our program, in order to protect the identity of our members in our newest format of Zoom meetings, we have a few suggestions: please consider wearing a headset if you are not in a private setting and adjust your name on your zoom account to remove your last name.
The Bookstore is currently not open for browsing, however, all "online" orders will be available for pickup at the SCV-AFG Bookstore location at the Campbell Community Center. Please follow the instructions below to email an order to the Bookstore. You can refer to the WSO Catalog for available literature and the forms on the Bookstore Page
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