Families/Friends of Individuals With an Alcohol Use Disorder Support Groups

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    Mutual support groups whose members are the spouses/partners of people who have or are at risk of an alcohol use disorder; children of all ages whose parents, guardians or other parent figures are involved in excessive alcohol use; and/or friends of those individuals. The groups meet in-person, by telephone or via the Internet; and allow participants to share their experience, strengths and hopes to solve the problems they have in common and support the recovery of their loved one.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    AIS of Greater PittsburghAl-Anon Family Groups, which includes Alateen, are groups of family members who feel helpless because they are affected by someone's drinking. By helping themselves, they may be able to indirectly help their alcoholic relative or loved one. Alateen is for younger members who are growing up in alcoholic homes, or who are affected by the abuse of alcohol of close relatives or friends. This office also includes the Literature Distribution Center which is staffed Sundays noon to 2 pm. AlleghenyAl-Anon / Alateen Family Groups - PennsylvaniaAIS of Greater Pittsburgh
    Al-Anon/Alateen Family GroupsAl-Anon is a mutual support group of peers who share their experience in applying the Al-Anon principles to problems related to the effects of a problem drinker in their lives. It is not group therapy and is not led by a counselor or therapist; This support network complements and supports professional treatment. Alateen is a peer support group for teens who are struggling with the effects of someone else’s problem drinking. Many Alateen groups meet at the same time and location as an Al-Anon group. Alateen meetings are open only to teenagers. No advance notification or written referral is necessary to attend an Al-Anon or Alateen meeting. Anyone affected by someone else’s drinking is welcome to attend. There are no dues or fees. Groups are self-supporting, and usually pass a basket around for a voluntary contribution to pay for rent or Al-Anon literature.CumberlandHarbor of ShippensburgHarbor of Shippensburg
    Al-Anon/Alateen Family Support GroupsFellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics who share their experiences, strengths, and hopes in order to solve their common problems. The Alateen group is for teenage children of alcoholic parents. Visit website for available meetings as well as the two listed below.LycomingAlcoholics Anonymous - District 48Alcoholics Anonymous - District 48
    Al-Anon/Alateen Support Groups - LancasterAl-Anon helps spouses, families, teens, adult children of alcoholics, relatives, and friends whose lives have been affected by someone else's drinking. The Answering service has a list of all meeting times and locations that they can refer callers to. They are not able to mail the list, but lists can be obtained at any Al-Anon meeting.LancasterAl-Anon/Alateen - District 22Al-Anon Family Groups
    Al-Anon Family GroupSupport group for families and friends of alcoholicsErieAl-Anon Family Group - ErieAl-Anon Family Groups
    Al-Anon Family Groups Support GroupsFellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics who share their experiences, strengths, and hopes in order to solve their common problems. There are Al-Ateen groups for teenage children of alcoholic parents. On-line meetings available.AlleghenyAl-Anon Family GroupsAl-Anon Family Groups
    Al-Anon Family Groups, York AreaFor anyone whose personal life is or has been affected by close contact with a problem drinker.YorkAl-Anon Family Groups, York AreaAl-Anon Family Groups
    Alateen Family Group - ErieFriends and family members of problem drinkers share their experiences and learn how to apply the principles of the Alcohol Anonymous program to their individual situations. Can help find meetings and locations.ErieAl-Anon Family Group - ErieAl-Anon Family Groups
    Clinical Services-Pathway To RecoveryPathway To Recovery is designed to provide the structure and intensity of inpatient rehabilitation in an outpatient setting. Provided are evaluations, individual counseling, family and marital therapy, partial hospitalization, referrals, life skills and prevention. LuzernePathway To RecoveryPathway To Recovery
    Family Program - WVADSOur Family Counselor will assist you with: Advise families on pertinent issues pertaining to their loved one’s addiction and recovery Assist families with communication difficulties Identify areas of family dysfunction and barriers Refer the family for other specialty treatment when and if necessary and appropriate Assist with family re-structuring and re-bonding Elicit questions from family members regarding areas of concern for their loved ones Help your family to normalize concerns and feelings Help the family to understand their current level of functioning Provide educational insights into various aspects of addiction and recovery Assist the family in re-framing its problems to make problem solving more achievable Help family members identify new forms of collaborative efforts and alternative, mutually acceptable, ways to cope with difficulties Assist family members who are difficult to engage better understand the addictive process Constructively deal with any family member’s strong resistance to change Teach family members coping skills, conflict resolution, and conflict mediation skills Educate family on the importance of the role of the fellowships of Al-Anon and Al-Ateen Provide information and guidance on relapse prevention strategies that will enhance and augment their loved one’s recoveryLuzerneWyoming Valley Alcohol and Drug Inc - Wilkes-BarreWyoming Valley Alcohol and Drug Services Inc.
    Family Support & TreatmentOur Family Program aims to repair the relationships that have been strained by addiction. Sanctuary Health Group will teach family members how to interrupt the cycle of addiction and codependency with psycho-educational groups and wellness workshops.But more importantly, our Family Processing Groups will work to explore the personal barriers of each family member, helping them to explore emotional alternatives to shame, guilt and anger.WayneLake Ariel Recovery CenterSanctuary Health Group
    Hope for Broken HeartsSupport group for families of addiction.ButlerHope for Broken HeartsHope for Broken Hearts
    Hurts, Habits & HangupsHurts, Habits and Hangups is the addiction outreach ministry for the church. This group offers support to anyone who needs help in dealing with addictive behavior due to drugs and/or alcohol whether it is the person or family affected by the addiction. Program offers referrals for treatment and counseling. We meet on Thursday nights from 7:30 -9:00 pm. Everyone is welcomed to attend. Every other Thursday night - we breakout into gender groups, male & female to discuss specific issues.DauphinGreater Zion Addiction MinistryGreater Zion Addiction Ministry
    Penn Foundation - Camp MariposaAn addiction prevention and mentoring program for children 9-12 who have been impacted by substance abuse in their families.BucksPenn Foundation - Camp MariposaPenn Foundation
    ReclaimMutual Support Group (individual, group, phone, and offer referral sources for rehab, and additional family support)CumberlandReclaimReclaim
    Recovery and Wellness Family Skills Support MeetingsOur wellness recovery program is a completely confidential and safe haven for all in need of support, encouragement, education and fellowship as we gather to share and heal together. Dealing with the disease of addiction is frequently a traumatic experience for all the members of a family. Thus, we are beginning to see recovery as a process of readjusting our attitudes, feelings, perceptions, and beliefs about ourselves, others, and life in general. Addiction is a FAMILY disease and it needs to be treated as such, therefore FAMILY RECOVERY is fundamental but takes someone to break the cycle; it takes YOU! Be the example you wish to see. Each session will cover a variety of approaches, including group discussions/sharing, videos, readings, spiritual growth, guest speakers, professional counselors, etc.YorkGuiding Hearts With HopeGuiding Hearts With Hope
    Together We Canmutual support groupDauphinHalifax United Methodist ChurchHalifax United Methodist Church

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