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In Al-Anon a Woman Overcomes the Effects of Her Father’s Drinking

An article in the July issue of Al-Anon's "The Forum" magazine features a woman who grew up in an alcoholic family. She talks about how, with the help of Al-Anon, she came to understand herself and to become a better mother.

(PRWeb July 23, 2014)

Al-Anon Offers a Safety Net for Families Affected by a Loved One’s Drinking

The Executive Director of NAADAC, the Association for Addiction Counselors, identifies family recovery as one of the most important factors in successful treatment for alcoholism.

(PRWeb June 24, 2014)

Vacation Observations Bring Parents to Al-Anon Family Groups

Anonymity and confidentiality in Al-Anon make it possible for parents to be open and honest about the effects that their child’s drinking is having on the rest of the family.

(PRWeb May 27, 2014)