Families Anonymous

Families Anonymous is a free, 12-step based program, which offers support and encouragement to those who have a loved one or family member with alcohol and/or drug addiction or abuse, or related behavioral problems. While open to all, this program is targeted to help the parents of addicts or abusers. You are not alone.

Families Anonymous meets each Thursday from 7:30 to 9 p.m. in the Vaughn House, located on Cumming Street at the rear of the AFUMC parking lot.

Meetings are always open to newcomers.

Learn more about Families Anonymous.

For more information about Families Anonymous meetings at Alpharetta Methodist, contact:

Congregational Care Associate Pastor Rev. Terri Henkel