Rockland County 
Al-Anon Family Groups
"strength and hope for friends and families of problem drinkers"

Let It Begin With Me 
When Anyone Anywhere Reaches Out for Help
Let the Hand of Al-Anon and Alateen Always Be There
And Let It Begin With Me

- Al-Anon Alateen Declaration


LATEST UPDATE: 10-4-20, 9:15 PM

All face-to-face meetings in District 29 are CLOSED until further notice due to the coronavirus. See the list below for virtual meetings using Zoom: 

Sunday morning -    Care & Share - Zoom link:
     Password: sundayam

Monday morning -    Pomona - Zoom link: Password: 253161

Monday evening -    Suffern - Zoom link:
                              Email for more information.
                              Beginners mtg at 7:30pm followed by a Discussion mtg at 8:00pm

Monday evening -    Nyack - Zoom link:

Tuesday evening -   Nyack - Zoom link:

Wednesday eve -    Paths to Recovery, Nanuet

Wednesday eve -    NEW ZOOM MEETING beginning on Sept 23, 7:30-8:30 pm:
     Step 11 Literature Study with a Focus on Meditation
     Meeting ID: 81688998140   Password: 923176

Thursday eve -        Intimacy in Alcoholic Relationships, Nanuet

Thursday eve -        Suffern - Zoom link:
                               Meeting ID: 85170314257  Password: 943591

Thursday eve -        Al-Anon Parents, Nyack - Zoom link:                                                        

Saturday morning - Pearl River - Zoom link:
                               (both meetings)

NOTE: For an easier-to-read listing of District 29 Zoom meetings with full meeting information, click HERE.

Online Meetings: Below are resources from the World Service Office of  that can help you welcome newcomers to your temporary electronic meetings:

Additional alternatives to a face-to-face meeting:
Registered online Al-Anon meetings:

Conference calls or temporary online meetings:

iPhone/iPad/Mac users may set up a group FaceTime call -- directions HERE.

Helpful information from a Pennsylvania Al-Anon website:

Access the national Al-Anon website:

Statement from Al-Anon World Service on the Coronavirus situation:

Welcome to Al-Anon and Alateen in Rockland County

The Al-Anon Family Groups are a fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics who share 
their experience, strength and hope, in order to solve their common problem.
We believe that alcoholism is a family illness and that changed attitudes can aid recovery.
Al-Anon's primary purpose is to help family and friends of alcoholics, 
whether the alcoholic is still drinking or not.
Visit Our Site
Use the tabs to the left to find out more about Al-Anon and Alateen.
Is Al-Anon for you?   What is Alateen?
Find a meeting in Rockland County - any day of the week.
Check the calendar for special events and Group Anniversaries.

How Al-Anon Works for Me
Please feel free to visit "How Al-Anon Works for Me."
These web pages may give you some encouragement to visit your first meeting.

Click on First Steps to Al-Anon Recovery. Learn more about 
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for meeting information, click here

for a current meeting list, click here
updated 9/24/19

Living Christ Church
151 So. Broadway, Nyack
enter side entrance (Voorhees & So. Broadway)

Monday Night Nyack Al-Anon AFG
Group Anniversary Celebration

60 Years
of Hope & Healing!


St. Ann’s School, 33 Jefferson Street, Nyack
(enter in back thru cafeteria door)

AA, Al-Anon, and Alateen Speakers

Come celebrate with us!


New Term (2020 - 2022)

District 29 Al-Anon Family Groups
Group Representative (G.R.)
 Does your group have a G.R.?
G.R.s represent the group and serve as a link
to the District (Rockland County),
the Area (New York South),
and the World Service Office & Conference

Rockland Al-Anon Information Service (AIS)
Information Service Reprentatives (ISR) 
and members interested in
public outreach to the community
Meets Quarterly

For more information 
or to get involved in service beyond the group level