Al-Anon UK

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Last Updated: 24/04/2024

Al-Anon UK provides family support for anyone whose life is or has been affected by someone else's drinking.

This is good for wellbeing because

  • You will find support and understanding in a safe and confidential environment. Your anonymity will be protected and you will not be asked to reveal your surname or any other details about your identity.
  • You will meet other people who have been affected by someone else's drinking and have similar stories to tell.
  • You will realise that you are not alone. Listening to the shared experiences of others may help you find the confidence you need to deal with the effects of another person's drinking problem.

Since attending this group, I have felt empowered to set boundaries and make changes that give me a healthier, happier life, regardless of what the drinker is doing. The care and support I have received has been invaluable. I was worried about reaching out for help, but my worries were left at the door when I went to my first group meeting and received such a warm welcome.

How to contact

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Where to go

Al-Anon Family Group (Mondays)
Broad Street Methodist Church
Broad Street
South Holland
PE11 1TB

Al-Anon Family Group (Thursdays)
The Curlew Centre
Memorial Park
Sutton Bridge
South Holland
PE12 9SA

Al-Anon Family Group (Thursdays)
St Anne's Church Hall
Harrowby Road
South Kesteven
NG31 9DS

Al-Anon Family Group (Sundays)
The Comeback
8 Abbey Walk
North East Lincolnshire
DN31 1NB

Al-Anon Family Group (Wednesday)
One Church
1A Hey Street
North East Lincolnshire
DN35 8TG

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