Delaware Al-Anon

The Al-Anon program is based on the 12 suggested steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, which we try, little by little, one day at a time, to apply to our lives, along with our slogans and the serenity prayer. The loving interchange of help among members and daily reading of Al-Anon literature thus makes us ready to receive the priceless gift of serenity

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Members of Al-Anon learn to live happily regardless of whether the alcoholic is still drinking. They learn to cope with feeling angry, guilty, overwhelmed and alone. They learn that alcoholism is a disease, and not a disgrace. Sharing experience, strength and hope shows other members they are not alone. We learn to put the focus on ourselves, and to reclaim our lives. Al-Anon is a powerful tool in the recovery process!

Service opportunities

  • Reaching for Personal Freedoms Planning Meeting - August 15th @ 7PM, Brandywine Hundred Library, Rm 228, 2nd floor - behind the stacks
  • Have you been looking for a way to do service? Join us in planning the convention . . . We have ways to serve in many different capacities leading up to September.  Join our Ruby Red Celebration Committee. Click here for more information.
  • Area 8 Public Outreach Coordinator - Position Description
  • Public Outreach Coordinator - District 2
  • Public Outreach Coordinator - District 3
  • AMIAS (Al-Anon Member Involved in Alateen Service)

Al-Anon has three Legacies:

  • Recovery through the Steps - Individual's personal growth
  • Unity through the Traditions - Help Al-Anon groups sustain unity
  • Service through the Concepts - Guide us in service to carry the message to others.

Come One, Come All


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