Attending meetings to learn more about alcoholism and how to deal with its effects is an important tool in our recovery process. It can be difficult going for the first time, but you will be welcomed by other members who remember what their first time was like. They will make you feel welcome!

Many different meeting formats exist, each with their own flavor. Some are directed at parents of alcoholics, some at teenage children, some at adult children, some at spouses, other relatives and friends.

You will hear members share how attendance has helped them more fully understand their alcoholic relative, and you will learn how to enjoy a full and happy life, regardless of whether the alcoholic is still drinking or not.

We are lucky that in Delaware we have meetings everyday that occur at a variety of times and locations. Click on the day of the week below to find a meeting near you.

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Note: All meetings are for families and friends only unless otherwise noted. Al-Anon meetings are open to all who have been affected by another person's drinking. Meetings marked "OW" are open to the public and observers, "H" is Handicap accessible, "S" is a Step meeting, “B” is Beginner meeting, "T" is a Tradition meeting, “P” is a Parents meeting and "SP" means the meeting is conducted in Spanish.


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