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




To the Professional


Counselors, therapists and others in a range of professions encourage the friends and families of  problem drinkers to attend Al-Anon meetings, where clients and patients can find understanding and support that complements and reinforces professional treatment.

To assist professionals, Al-Anon Family Groups offers a variety of resources.


          
          Click on the booklet to the right to read through the
          current issue of Al-Anon Faces Alcoholism - the 
          annual public outreach magazine of Al-Anon Family
          Groups. It is distributed widely throughout the 
          community where people in need of the program 
          can find it and learn how Al-Anon could help them.



Local Resources for Professionals

If you would like: 
  • more information about Al-Anon Family Groups in Rockland County, 
  • to be placed on the mailing list to receive updated information and meeting lists,
  • copies of Al-Anon Faces Alcoholism to reach out to your clients and patients
contact us at Rockland Al-Anon Information Service.



Al-Anon and Alateen Meetings in Rockland County

Anyone concerned about someone else's drinking is welcome to attend any Al-Anon meeting, 
whether it is listed as "open" or "closed."
A "closed" meeting is exclusively for people troubled by someone else's drinking.
An "open" meeting also welcomes guests, professionals and students.  

Click herefor meeting information in Rockland County.