Protect Yourself in Zoom
Zoom Tips for Beginners
These meetings are back to meeting LIVE (or a hybrid)
FOR ZOOM/REMOTE MEETINGS - click on "link to remote meetings" (in blue) which are on the meeting list under the meeting name. SOME MEETINGS ARE BACK TO MEETING "LIVE", THEY ARE NOTED ON THE MEETING LIST!
Public OutreachAISDV Public Outreach initiatives share information about the help and hope available in Al-Anon/Alateen with people suffering from the family disease of alcoholism, with professionals including counselors, educators and clergy, with the media, and with members of the general public.
Conference/Community Event Participation
To arrange for Al-Anon/Alateen speakers at your institution's family program, or to explore starting a meeting for residents of your institution who are affected by someone else's drinking, contact the Institutions Coordinator.
Al-Anon Information for the MediaAl-Anon/Alateen press releases, public service announcements and other items are available to provide interested members of the press with background information on our fellowship. Access background information and other information here: Al-Anon Media Resources
If you would like to interview Al-Anon/Alateen members* in your community, please contact our Public Outreach Coordinator.
Public Service AnnouncementsAl-Anon/Alateen PSAs are available (in English, Spanish and French) to television broadcast outlets in BetaSP format. Permission to link to the PSAs without alteration is granted with the following credit line:
Copyright by Al-Anon Family Group Headquarters, Inc., Virginia Beach, VA.
The latest PSAs can be found here: Al-Anon Media Resources.
Thank you for helping us carry the Al-Anon message to families and friends of alcoholics.
Statement on Anonymity There may be some who are not familiar with our traditions of personal anonymity at the public level. We respectfully ask that no Al-Anon, Alateen, or AA member be identified by full name or picture in published or broadcast reports, including those on the Internet. The assurance of anonymity is essential to our efforts to help families and friends of alcoholics, so that they know Al-Anon and Alateen meetings are safe, confidential places to get help. We gratefully appreciate the cooperation of the media in this matter.