We welcome you to District
1 of the North Florida Area
Al-Anon Family Groups and hope that
you will find in this fellowship the
help and friendship we have been
privileged to enjoy.
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 problems. We believe
alcoholism is a family illness and that
changed attitudes can aid recovery.
Al-Anon is not allied with any sect,
denomination, political entity,
organization, or institution; does not
engage in any controversy; neither
endorses nor opposes any cause. There are
no dues for membership. Al-Anon is
self-supporting through its own voluntary
has but one purpose: to help families of
alcoholics. We do this by practicing the
Twelve Steps, by welcoming and giving
comfort to families of alcoholics, and by
giving understanding and encouragement to
Come Join Us for a Weekend of Recovery
A FELLOWSHIP of relatives and friends of alcoholics
who believe their lives have been affected by someone
A MUTUAL SUPPORT recovery program based on the
Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
A NONPROFESSIONAL fellowship where members share
their experience, strength, and hope to solve their common
A recovery program with the ANONYMITY of all Al-Anon,
Alateen, and AA members protected.
A SPIRITUAL program that is compatible with all religious
beliefs or none.
A program with the SINGLE-PURPOSE of helping families
and friends of alcoholics whether the alcoholic is still
drinking are not.
A WORLDWIDE fellowship with more than 24,000 groups,
in over 115 countries, that have been in existence since 1951.
COMPATIBLE with professional treatment. Statistics show 40%
of its members received / counseling after attending Al-Anon.
FREE OF CHARGE and self-supporting through member's
voluntary contributions. There are no dues or fees for
Allied with any sect, denomination, political entity,
organization, or institution.
Involved in any outside issues - neither endorses
nor opposes any cause.
Affiliated with AA, although both fellowships do
cooperate with one another.
considered a religious organization, treatment center,
counseling agency, or teaching program.
intended for families of drug abusers or individuals
with other difficulties unless there is problem of
alcoholism as well.
conducted by professionals.
intended as a replacement for professional treatment.
Part of Al-Anon Family Group.
For young people who have been affected by someone
A program for young people seeking sobriety.