|Greater Dallas Al-Anon Meeting Places and Times|
Al-Anon's Third Tradition states, "The only requirement for membership is that there be a problem of alcoholism in a relative or friend."
Generally, Al-Anon meetings are closed unless otherwise noted. This means they are limited to members and prospective members. This gives the participants greater freedom to discuss their own ideas and feelings.
Many groups also hold open meetings where Al-Anon members tell their stories to anyone interested in the family disease of alcoholism. Some groups invite members of the professional community to hear how the Al-Anon program aids recovery.
|Display group listing(s) using the selections below: If you want to see meetings by day of the week, you can go to the calendar or see the information on the group pages.||
For AA meeting locations and times in the Dallas area|
please go to the Dallas Intergroup Association Web site.
For Al-Anon meetings in Tarrant County
please go to the Fort Worth Al-Anon Information Service Center Web site.
For Al-Anon meetings throughout Texas
please go to the Texas Al-Anon Web site.
Telephone numbers listed are answered only during meeting times.