Al-Anon is listed in the Alcoholism Information & Treatment Centers category in Grand Island, Nebraska. Displayed below are the social networks for Al-Anon which include a Facebook page, a Instagram account, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Al-Anon on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 74.

Contact information for Al-Anon is:
1522 W 5th St
Grand Island, NE 68801
(308) 384-7048

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Al-Anon has an overall ZapScore of 74. This means that Al-Anon has a higher ZapScore than 74% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Grand Island, Nebraska is 38 and in the Alcoholism Information & Treatment Centers category is 35. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Al-Anon WSO shared Alateen WSO's photo.
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In “Teen gains perspective on her mother's drinking problem," an Alateen member shares: “From the outside, my family looks typical—a mother and father living with their children in a beautiful home, with a dog and two cats. But if you step into my life, you'll find yourself tangled in emotional chaos. My worries begin every morning. Who is going to walk through the door? Is it the disease of alcoholism, or is it the person I love? Will I have to call 911 again tonight? Will I hear the soft, caring words of a loving mother, or the biting diatribe of a cruel alcoholic?" An excerpt from “Al-Anon Faces Alcoholism 2013" Read this member's story and find out how Alateen helped her, #Alateen #AlAnon #FamilyDisease #FamilyRecovery #teensupport #alcoholism #NationalRecoveryMonth #RecoveryDayCanada #RecoveryMonth #RecoveryDay

From Al-Anon's “The Forum" magazine, an anonymous member shares: “[In Al-Anon,] I was reminded that I didn't cause this disease [of alcoholism], I can't control this disease and I surely can't cure this disease. I started to replace fear with faith and anger with compassion as I really learned how to detach." “Getting Out of God's Way," “The Forum" September 2017 Al-Anon members come together every week for support and to find ways to deal with living with an alcoholic family member or friend. Find an Al-Anon meeting at #AlAnon #Alateen #FamilyDisease #FamilyRecovery #NationalRecoveryMonth #RecoveryDayCanada #RecoveryMonth #RecoveryDay #Canada #USA #motivationmonday #mondaymotivation

From the book “How Al-Anon Works" on page three: “It almost broke my heart to see my son spending his 21st birthday in jail, but there was nothing I could do about it. He's really a good guy, but he's had such bad luck. He gets in trouble all the time, and it's usually not all his fault. I let him live at home and try to give him everything he could want, but trouble just seems to find him. I would do anything for that boy, stay home with him, get him an apartment of his own, find him a job, take care of him, anything, if only it would help. I'm sick with worry…" Find an Al-Anon meeting at #AlAnon #Alateen #FamilyDisease #FamilyRecovery #myrecovery #12Step #recover #addiction #AA #alcoholic #alcoholism #recovery #NationalRecoveryMonth #RecoveryDayCanada #RecoveryMonth #RecoveryDay #Canada #USA #sobersunday

From the September 2017 issue of Al-Anon's “The Forum" magazine, a member shares: “I came to Al-Anon because of my husband's drinking. However, as my relationship with my father deteriorated, I realized it was because of his alcoholism too. My recovery as an adult child of an alcoholic began when I started attending two Al-Anon adult children meetings." “Growing Up with ‘Alateen's 4th Step Inventory,'" “The Forum" September 2017 Read stories from children of alcoholics at #AlAnon #Alateen #FamilyDisease #FamilyRecovery #NationalRecoveryMonth #RecoveryDayCanada #RecoveryMonth #RecoveryDay #Canada #USA #acoa

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Al-Anon WSO shared Alateen WSO's photo.
#Alateen is for teens worried about someone's drinking. #AlAnon #NationalRecoveryMonth #RecoveryMonth #RecoveryDay
Celebrate Alateen's 60th with us! Teens began meeting as early as 1956 and were officially approved and adopted by Al-Anon Family Groups in 1957. The meetings were started by the son of an AA Dad and Al-Anon Mom. Bob's behavior in school was so bad in school that there was talk of placing him in an institution. By this time, his parents had been members of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Al-Anon for some time. They tried to use what they had learned in Al-Anon and AA to help their son and tried to convince school officials to “give him another chance." They discussed the effects of the family disease of alcoholism even when there is not active drinking. It was then that Bob proposed to start a meeting with younger teenaged members. He realized that he needed a meeting with people his age where he could apply what he learned in Al-Anon and AA to himself. He invited teens of other AA and Al-Anon members to a meeting on the same night his parents were at their meeting. This was the first Alateen meeting. Today there are more than 1,600 Alateen meetings worldwide. If you know a teen affected by someone else's alcoholism, share this information with them. Alateen may be able to help them as it has for many teenagers over the years. For more information about Alateen or to find a meeting, visit #Alateen #AlAnon #FamilyDisease #FamilyRecovery #alcoholism

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