AA-District 17 Louisiana Area 27

Alanon Family Groups

Houma AL-ANON Meetings

  

Sunday          “Lost But Found AFG”  at St. Matthew School Library

6:00 PM         St. Matthew’s School Library is on Belanger Street between Barrow & Gabasse: large house                              w/ Brick Pillars


Tuesday         Behind St. Bernadette Church, 409 Funderburk Street (In Broadmoor Subdivision)

7:00 PM         In the Bernadette House (directly across parking lot from the Community Center)


Tuesday          “Came to Believe AFG” at Holy Rosary Church 

7:00 PM          Holy Rosary Meeting is in the rear of the Dale Boudwin Bldg. on Main St. in front of the                               church


Thursday        Behind St. Bernadette Church, 409 Funderburk Street (In Broadmoor Subdivision)

7:00 PM          In the Bernadette House (directly across parking lot from the Community Center)


Thursday        “Came to Believe AFG” at Holy Rosary Church 

7:00 PM         Holy Rosary Meeting is in the rear of the Dale Boudwin Bldg. on Main St. in front of the                             church


Friday             “Friday Morning AFG” at First United Methodist Church

10:00 AM     First UMC 6109 Hwy. 311 – meeting is off the gym in the activities building behind the church

THIBODAUX AL-ANON MEETINGS

  

Tuesday            “Tuesday Noon AFG” at “Christ the Redeemer” Church 

12-Noon           720 Talbot Ave, Thibodaux, LA 70301 


Tuesday              505 St. Louis Street, Thibodaux, LA 

7:00 PM


Thursday           505 St. Louis Street, Thibodaux, LA 

7:00 PM 


Saturday          505 St. Louis Street, Thibodaux, LA

7:00PM 


*ALL meetings at 505 St. Louis Street, Thibodaux: turn west off Canal St. at 6th St., at the second street (St. Louis) take a right; meeting is in small white bldg. next to fire station

FAQs

 

What does Al Anon do for you?

The Al-Anon Family Groups are a fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics who share their experience, strength, and hope in order to solve their common problems. We believe alcoholism is a family illness and that changed attitudes can aid recovery.


 What is the difference between AA and Al Anon?

What is the Al Anon program? Al-Anon's program of recovery is based on the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous. The Steps are the foundation for personal recovery in Al-Anon, and the Traditions help Al-Anon groups sustain their unity and fellowship

aL-ANON pRINTABLE MEETING sCHEDULES

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