Protect Yourself in Zoom
Zoom Tips for Beginners
These meetings are back to meeting LIVE (or a hybrid)
There are no Alateen meetings in Pennsylvania at this time. Young people who are affected by someone else's drinking are always welcome at any Al-Anon meeting, and Alateen meetings are available via the Al-Anon mobile App (see https://al-anon.org/newcomers/teen-corner-alateen/try-an-alateen-chat-meeting/). The PA Area World Service Committee (AWSC) is undergoing the process to reestablish and recertify the Alateen program in our state. Thank you for your patience.
AISDV is still in need of a RAP Editor. (Anyone interested can attend the AISDV Service Board meeting on Thursday, March 17, 2022.)
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!
***PLEASE SEND NEW REMOTE MEETING INFO AND EDITS TO ME AT: AISDVWEBBYCOORD@GMAIL.COM***
Who We Are
The primary purpose of AISDV is to help families and friends of alcoholics in the Philadelphia area by offering experience, strength and hope. AISDV is a service arm of the Al-Anon fellowship and
works in conjunction with Al-Anon's World Service Organization and the Pennsylvania Al-
The specific purposes of AISDV are as follows:
- To encourage unity of purpose and growth of individual Al-Anon groups in
our service area, the Greater Delaware Valley of Pennsylvania.
- To provide information and serve as a resource to anyone seeking help
with problems connected with an alcoholic relative or friend.
- To serve as the communications center for individual member groups
with respect to matters of policy, publicity and interest.
- To promote the Twelve Steps, Twelve Traditions and Twelve Concepts of
Al-Anon in our service area.
- To establish and maintain a central business office as a clearing house for
Al-Anon activities in the Delaware Valley.