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Al-Anon Family Groups of Greater Rochester

(Program)

* Offers a spiritual non-religious self-help program for anyone who has been affected by the problem of alcoholism in a friend or relative.
  • Groups for anyone affected by alcoholism
  • Gay/Lesbian Al-Anon
  • Alateen (Teens of Alcoholics)
* Provides literature at meetings and at office to help with recovery. 

Eligibility: Relatives and friends of alcoholics. Alateen: ages 9-16.

Application Process: Call or go online for meeting times and locations.

Required Documentation: None.

Fees: No fee for service.

Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Wayne and Wyoming Counties.

Al-Anon Information Service
(Agency)

The Al-Anon Information Service holds meetings where friends and families of alcoholics come together to share their experience, strength, and hope with each other so that they may solve their common problems and recover from the effects of problem drinking. 

2480 Browncroft Boulevard
Suite 140
Rochester NY 14625

Website: www.aisrochester.org

Hours: Call ahead or check out website

Disabled: Total Wheelchair Accessible

Contact

2480 Browncroft Boulevard
Suite 140
Rochester NY 14625

Languages

Spanish literature is available. Interpreters for the hearing impaired available at some meetings as indicated on the meeting list.

This program is offered at this site:

Al-Anon Information Service

Main Address:

2480 Browncroft Boulevard
Suite 140

Rochester NY 14625

Main:
585-288-0540 (main phone/voicemail)


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