Southern New York Area AL-ANON/ALATEEN  

Hope and Help for Friends and Families of Alcoholics

New York South Assembly Area
 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

Dutchess County  


  See Above

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



Orange County


Rockland County

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



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


directorio de grupos 1

directorio de grupos 2

Suffolk County

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


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


  See Above 

Westchester & Putnam Counties Al-Anon Information Service
P.O. Box 868
White Plains, NY 10602-0868

New York Upstate Meeting Information   1-888-4AL-ANON

Connecticut A.F.G. Information Service P.O. Box 370572
West Hartford, CT 06011

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.