Southern New York Area AL-ANON/ALATEEN  

Hope and Help for Friends and Families of Alcoholics

New York South Assembly Area
AL-ANON/ALATEEN
 Hope and Help for Friends and Families of Alcoholics
formerly known as 'Southern New York Assembly Area'
County/Borough Address Meeting Info
Boroughs of
Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens & Staten Island
Al-Anon Family Intergroup of Greater New York, Inc.
4 West 43rd Street, Suite 617
New York, NY 10036
212-941-0094

www.nycalanon.org 

Dutchess County  

845-452-1111


Nassau County Al-Anon Information Service
P.O. Box 755,
Westbury, NY 11590

516-433-8003

www.alanon-nassau-ny.org

 

Orange County   See above.
Rockland County

Al-Anon Information Service
P.O. Box 127
Thiells, NY 10984

rc_ais@yahoo.com 

845-727-2050

www.rockland-al-anon.org

 

Spanish Information Service Intergrupal hispano de Al-Anon
P.O. Box 231376
New York, NY 10023

800-939-2770

directorio de grupos 1

directorio de grupos 2

Suffolk County

Al-Anon Information Service
P.O. Box 490
Farmingville, NY 11738

631-669-2827

http://www.al-anon-suffolk-ny.org/

Ulster and Sullivan County P.O. Box 3102
Kingston, NY12402

845-339-5116 

Westchester & Putnam Counties Al-Anon Information Service
P.O. Box 868
White Plains, NY 10602-0868
914-946-1748
http://www.westchesterputnamalanon.org

New York Upstate Meeting Information   1-888-4AL-ANON
(1-888-425-2666)
www.nynafg.com

Connecticut A.F.G. Information Service P.O. Box 370572
West Hartford, CT 06011
1-888-8AL-ANON
(1-888-825-2666)

www.ct-al-anon.org 

For information/meetings outside southern New York area, contact Al-Anon Family Group Headquarters

 

What to Expect When You Call

When you call Al-Anon, an Al-Anon member or an answering service (paid for by the group) may personally answer the phone. Or, you may be greeted with a message from a voice mail system. Regardless of how we answer the phone, Al-Anon will guide you to your first meeting. 

 

Your anonymity will be respected when you call. If speaking personally to an Al-Anon volunteer, you may not be asked for your name, phone number or address. But, if your call goes to a message service or voice mail system, you might be asked to leave your name, a phone number and sometimes your address. This allows an Al-Anon volunteer to return your call and help you find that first meeting or to mail a schedule of meetings to you. Al-Anon volunteers do not mention alcoholism, Alcoholics Anonymous, Al-Anon or Alateen on the outside of mailing envelopes or in phone messages left for you.