Al-Anon is listed in the Alcoholism Information & Treatment Centers category in White Plains, New York. 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:
12 Ridgeview Ave
White Plains, NY 10606
(914) 946-1748
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“I have been married to an active alcoholic for over 35 years, and we have three adult sons who also admit to being active alcoholics. Through the years, I was a classic #enabler. I would rant and rave, cry, plead, guilt, monitor phone and money usage, and rescue." “Step Twelve: Planting the seeds of service," “The Forum" December 2016 Many family members find themselves doing similar things when trying to get a loved one to stop drinking. Eventually they realize that it doesn't work. In #AlAnon, members learn healthier ways to deal with the family disease of alcoholism. Find an Al-Anon meeting in the U.S., Canada, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico at If you're outside of these areas, visit #FamilyDisease #FamilyRecovery #alcoholism #alcoholic #recovery #support

“When I'm happy, it's easier to think calmly. Through [Al-Anon's] Conference Approved Literature, listening at #meetings, and sharing honestly with trusted #friends, I've learned that I have #choices and what my choices are. I can change. I can learn to take care of and #control myself. I've altered my #attitude and it's transformed my life." “Today, I'm doing more of what makes me happy," “The Forum" December 2016 The #FamilyDisease of #alcoholism affects more than just the alcoholic. #AlAnon offers support to anyone affected by someone's drinking. To find an Al-Anon meeting in the U.S., Canada, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico, visit If you're outside of these areas, visit

In the April 2017 issue of “The Forum" magazine, an anonymous Al-Anon member shares: “After several months, the love, encouragement, care, understanding, friendship, and humor picked up in [Al-Anon] started to replace my negativity. I began to change my attitude. Yes, the members were usually all smiling and happy. I could not quite fathom their behavior. One particular meeting stands out vividly in my memory—when I shared the harrowing details of the most embarrassing, humiliating event in my life…The members struggled not to laugh and suppressed their mirth, not very successfully. At the end of that meeting someone came up to me and said, ‘Kathleen, one day you will laugh at that experience, and it will not hurt.' That person was right. Al-Anon gave me back my sense of humor." “Reaping a bounty in recovery," “The Forum" April 2017 To find an Al-Anon meeting in the U.S., Canada, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico visit If you're outside of these areas, visit #AlAnon #Alateen #fridayflashback #FamilyRecovery #myrecovery #recovery #alcoholism #fabfriends #AlcoholAwarenessMonth

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In “The Forum" April 2017 magazine, an Al-Anon member shares: “After joining Al-Anon, I read a sentence in ‘As We Understood . . .' (B-11), ‘Gratitude changes your attitude.'… [It] showed me the extent of my negativity. If I were to change my attitude toward my mother and end the torment of this unhealthy relationship, it would be up to me to practice and feel gratitude toward my mom. I [decided] … that each time I had a negative thought or burst of anger concerning my mother, I would stop and write down three things about her for which I was grateful. Since I was consumed with hatred, it wasn't long before I was fully launched on this exercise. At first I struggled and wept. I couldn't find anything good to write, but I had committed myself to the task. I sincerely wished to end the pain of resentment, hate, and mistrust toward my mother. My first attempt at finding gratitude regarding my mom took me over an hour of searching. I knew that nobody in the world was all bad. Those first three items were pretty feeble, but they were honest. “I'm proud of myself for persisting in these exercises. I didn't want to continue at first, but as the weeks went by, I found I began enjoying them. One evening about five weeks after I started, I was surprised, upon reflection, that I hadn't written anything for which I was grateful. I also realized I had not had a single negative thought about my mother all day! I'm grateful beyond words that I haven't had any since then." “Changing a negative attitude with gratitude," “The Forum" April 2017 To find an Al-Anon meeting in the U.S., Canada, Bermuda, and Puerto Rico visit If you're outside of these areas, visit #AlAnon #Alateen #thankfulthursday #thursdaythoughts #attitude #attitudeadjustment #gratitudeattitude #gratitude #AlcoholAwarenessMonth

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“One ‘Quote' at a Time," “The Forum" April 2017 #AlAnon #Alateen #wednesdaywisdom #recoverywarrior #takingitback #understand #wisdom #wisewords #thinkaboutit #AlcoholAwarenessMonth

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