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Families Anonymous consists of relatives and friends whose lives have been adversely affected by a loved one's addiction to alcohol or drugs. In Families Anonymous members help each other find better more constructive ways to cope with their problems associated with someone else's addiction. They realize they also need help, not just the addict individual.
Members learn from their own experiences and share with the group because they learn from each other also. FA members meet new friends who can help because they can relate to the problems others are going through. They help each other recover from the effects of a loved one's addictions.
Families Anonymous is a 12 Step Support Group that has no fees, government grants, forms to fill out, and no formal signup, they don't even use last names. Members are dedicated to helping others while helping themselves recover. Studying and putting the 12 Steps into practice helps members of FA live happier and fuller lives because they understand now that it's up to them to create their own happiness.
Families Anonymous even has FA E-Meetings, their online support group consists of more than 500 active members and their group discussions take place through email messages that are sent to all group members. E-Meetings are active 24/7.
FA's newest online support group is different than their E-Meetings; it's not active 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. There is a specific meeting day and time for members to communicate with each other; these are called Meeting Without Walls.
If you or someone you know is in need of recovery from the effects of a loved one's addiction, there are Families Anonymous Meetings everywhere throughout the United States.
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