Al-Anon Family Groups - Brampton - Al-Anon and Alateen Meetings

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Description & Services
Description A community resource providing support to anyone affected by a relative or friend’s drinking  
 
A Twelve Step mutual support group resource with member facilitated meetings for adults and teens affected by a relative or friend's addiction or misuse of alcohol. Al-Anon, which includes Alateen for teenagers, is a separate entity from Alcoholics Anonymous (AA).  
 
Al-Anon 
 
•non-professional, self-supporting, spiritually based, apolitical 
•members share as peers how they apply the Al-Anon/Alateen program to their lives to solve common problems  
•based on the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions adapted from AA  
 
 
Alateen:  
 
•part of the Al-Anon Fellowship designed for younger relatives and friends, up to age 18, of alcoholics  
•follows the same Twelve Steps, Twelve Traditions, and principles as Al-Anon  
•members conduct their own meetings with the guidance of a certified adult Al-Anon member who is the Alateen Group Sponsor  
•members focus on sharing and learning effective ways to cope with their common problems and challenges as a result of being affected by someone's drinking. 
 
 
Al-Anon Meetings: 
 
Tue: 10am, Church of the Holy Family, 10446 Kennedy Rd 
Tue: 8pm,St. Jude's Anglican Church, 1000 Central Park Dr (rear door entrance) 
Wed: 7pm, Grace United Church, 156 Main St N 
Thu 10am, Church of the Holy Family, 10446 Kennedy Rd 
Fri: 7pm, St Paul's Presbyterian Church, 723 Balmoral Dr 
 
Services now altered in response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) 
While most Al-anon and Alateen support meetings remain suspended until further notice, a number of meetings are being offered virtually.  
 
For a current list of virtual meetings, check website 
 
Please feel free to call or email for additional support during this time
Hours *temporary closures due to the COVID-19 virus crisis* Groups that have temporary online meetings are marked with (elec) and you will find more details about participating in the details of such meetings 
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Alanon Meetings: 
Tue 10am, Church of the Holy Family, 10446 Kennedy Rd 
Tue 8pm, St. Jude's Anglican Church, 1000 Central Park Dr.(rear door entrance facing Dixie Road). 
Wed 7pm, Grace United Church, 156 Main St N 
Thu 10am, Church of the Holy Family, 10446 Kennedy Rd (use backdoor entrance) 
Fri 7pm, St Paul's Presbyterian Church, 723 Balmoral Dr
Areas Served Peel Region
Eligibility Anyone whose life has been affected by the drinking of a family member or friend * Alateen program for ages 13-18 years
Application No application required * Call meeting line for exact times and locations
Fees None
Languages English
Contact Information
Address & Map St Paul Presbyterian Church
73 Balmoral Drive
Brampton, ON L6T 1X5
 
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Intersection Torbram Rd and Steeles Ave E
Accessibility Fully Accessible
Mailing Address 145 The West Mall 
Etobicoke, ON M9C 1C0
Office Phone Local Meeting Info: 416-410-3809
Fax 757-563-1656
After Hours Phone 1-888-425-2666
Toll Free Phone Meeting line - Mon-Sun 24 hours 1-888-425-2666
E-Mail wso@al-anon.org
Website www.al-anon.org
Primary Contact Email: wso@al-anon.org
Other Details
Print Material The Forum magazine; literature written for parents, adult children, teenagers and spouses of alcoholics
Funding Donations
Service Level (50) Non Profit
Subjects
Subjects Addictions ; Alcohol ; Men ; Mental health ; Mental health services ; Self help groups ; Women ; Youth

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