Al-Anon

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Al-Anon
Al-Anon is listed in the Alcoholism Information & Treatment Centers category in Winston Salem, North Carolina. 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:
206 N Spruce St
Winston Salem, NC 27101
(336) 723-1452
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“My mom and I confronted my dad about his drinking. I told him that it was tearing our #family apart. My dad promised me that he'd stop drinking for the sake of his family and his health. A week went by without him drinking. I started to get my hopes up, only to see him go back to drinking heavily two weeks later… I was devastated and felt more alone than ever. I couldn't keep all these emotions bottled up anymore. I needed to let them out. I decided to talk to one of my best friends about it. She had an alcoholic father and understood everything that I told her. She told me about Alateen." “It isn't my fault my dad drinks," “The Forum" December 2016 Do you have a parent who drinks too much? Alateen can help. Find an Alateen meeting in the U.S., Canada, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico at goo.gl/tdc4eo. If you're outside of these areas, visit goo.gl/BYpuFS. #AlAnon #FamilyDisease #FamilyRecovery #alcoholism #alcoholic #recovery #support #detachment


Are you a #teen w/a parent who drinks too much? Try an #Alateen meeting. 4 US/Canada/Bermuda/PuertoRico twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

In the current issue of Al-Anon's "The Forum" magazine, a member shares: “My husband had been sober for about seven months when the dam opened up. I was living the ‘keep him sober' part and felt like I was walking on eggshells, in constant danger of him losing sobriety. I had gone with him to an anniversary meeting and heard an Al-Anon speaker. I don't know what she said, but somewhere in the pain that followed the dam bursting, I heard a voice within say, ‘Try Al-Anon.' I did." “What kept me coming back?" “The Forum" March 2017 If you're ready to try an Al-Anon meeting, find one in the U.S., Canada, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico at goo.gl/ojyYGe. If you're outside of these areas, visit goo.gl/BYpuFS. #Alateen #AlAnon #FamilyDisease #FamilyRecovery #myrecovery #sobersunday #outtacontrol #nomore #selflove

In “My son's alcoholism challenged my whole identity," an anonymous Al-Anon member shares: “I was in my Al-Anon home group meeting yesterday when I looked over at a newcomer and saw my previous pain on another woman's face. I remembered the overwhelming heartache, like nothing I had ever felt before, as I realized—my beautiful baby boy is an alcoholic." “The Forum" March 2017 See how the Al-Anon program has helped parents of alcoholics at goo.gl/QWI7Bm. #Alateen #AlAnon #FamilyDisease #FamilyRecovery#addiction #families #alcoholicproblems #staydrunk #intoxicated #shatterthestigma #stopthesilence


See how #AlAnon has helped parents @ https://t.co/QciFqQ3v0n #Alateen #addiction #alcoholicproblems #staydrunk twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

“When ‘From #Survival to #Recovery' (B-21) was published, I heard my full story in all its complexity. No secret was too large to be shared. I read stories that mentioned #violence, #SexualAbuse, #incest, and recovering from what was done to me as a small #child…I had found a #SafePlace where I could #recover slowly and gently … one day, one moment at a time. #AlAnon is my family of choice." “My first taste of serenity," November 2015 "The Forum" Listen to an Al-Anon member as she shares her experience of growing up in an #alcoholic home and how the Al-Anon program helped her at http://qoo.ly/edisq #FamilyDisease #FamilyRecovery #support #podcast #serenity


#AlAnon member shares her experience growing up in #alcoholic home https://t.co/9AU4LHbhZH #FamilyDisease twitter.com/i/web/status/8…

“The wonderful paradox is that, as I began empowering myself, I also began to empower the alcoholic. By taking the #focus off him, I stopped enabling him and removing the #consequences of his actions. I have heard that most people make their biggest changes from a place of #crisis. By preventing the crisis, I was removing his motivation to change. As [Al-Anon's book] ‘Hope for Today' (B-27) says, ‘It is an illusion that depleting myself will help someone else.'" “Learning to heal my own pain," “The Forum" December 2016 Read this entire article at goo.gl/OavknC. #AlAnon #FamilyDisease #FamilyRecovery #alcoholism #alcoholic #recovery #support #detachment


"As I began empowering myself, I also began 2 #empower the #alcoholic." ForumDec2016 https://t.co/PAMdDkRKQW twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


#AlAnon member's story, https://t.co/IhG6ULOa4d #fridayflashback #recovery #recoverywarrior #nomore twitter.com/i/web/status/8…