Rhode Island Area

Al-Anon Family Groups
"Hope and Help for Families and Friends of Alcoholics"

Updated: 1/29/2018

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We believe alcoholism is a family disease. Al-Anon is a worldwide fellowship of those who feel their lives have been deeply affected by someone else's drinking. The only requirement for membership is that there exists a problem of alcoholism in a relative or friend. Members, who come from all walks of life, meet to share their experience, strength, and hope in order to solve their common problems. We find that changing our attitudes can aid recovery. If your life has been affected by another individual's drinking, we invite you to join us at a meeting.
The meetings are open to all persons who feel their lives have been or are being deeply affected by the alcoholism of a family member or friend. In this way, participants feel free to discuss what is in their minds and hearts. What is said in meetings is treated as confidential. We do not discuss members or their sharings outside the meetings. As the saying goes, "Whom you see here, what you hear here, when you leave here, let it stay here."
Rhode Island Al-Anon Family Groups are welcoming and accessible to family members and friends of alcoholics, and to people who have been impacted by someone’s problem drinking. We value inclusion and diversity from all segments of our community and respect the dignity of each person regardless of ethnic origin, race, socio-economic class, gender, sexual orientation, or physical ability.
Please Note: If you are an active member of Al-Anon who has benefited from this wonderful program, please consider becoming an Office Volunteer or At-Home Volunteer as part of your own recovery process. We need your help to help others.  Please see the volunteers needed form or call the area office – (401) 781-0044 – for further information.


Rhode Island AFG Office, 106 Rolfe Street, Cranston, RI 02910

The office is staffed by volunteers whose hours vary frequently. 

Listen to the office recording - 401-781-0044 - to learn when the office will be open.

Email: Alanon.riafg@gmail.com

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