AL-ANON, Hong Kong

 

Al-Anon is a fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics who share their experiences, strength and hope in order to better understand their common problems. The group provides support to anyone whose life is – or has been – affected by someone else’s drinking. We believe that alcoholism is a family disease, affecting the whole family and not just the alcoholic.  

Al-Anon members give and receive comfort and understanding through a mutual exchange. The sharing of similar problems binds individuals and groups in a bond that is protected by anonymity. We practice the Twelve Steps (the same steps as Alcoholics Anonymous), which help us to understand the alcoholic(s) in our lives as well as ourselves. We welcome and give comfort to families and friends of alcoholics.

Al-Anon is neither a religious organisation, nor or a counselling service. It is not a treatment centre and it is not allied with any other organisation offering such services.   

 

Please use the menu above to access our calendar and other links.

 

To contact us, Email us at alanonhk@gmail.com or call us at 9469 8215.

We do not have information about Al-anon meetings nearby Hong Kong SAR but we do have some information about AA meetings in ShekOu and Shenzhen, who might be able to direct you to Al-anon in those places. Please check here

Meetings schedule and location

An open group is a meeting that anyone can attend, including newcomers. You do not need permission from Al-anon in advance, please join any open meeting you wish.  

Al-Anon meetings are as follows:

Thursdays, 6.30pm - Open meeting

small room G/F 12 Borrett Road, Mid-Levels, Hong Kong

Fridays, 1pm – Open meeting

Room B, St Joseph's Church, Garden Road Hong Kong

Sundays, 6pm – Open meeting

small room G/F 12 Borrett Road, Mid-Levels, Hong Kong

 

All meetings are conducted in English.

How to get to Borrett Rd? Take the minibus 9 from Exchange square and ask to stop at Bollo Dough (Chinese pronunciation)

 

 

How can Al-Anon help me?

Al-Anon members give and receive comfort and understanding through a mutual exchange of experiences, strength and hope.  The sharing of similar problems binds individuals and groups together in a bond that is protected by anonymity. We practice the Twelve Steps (the same steps as Alcoholics Anonymous), which help us to understand the alcoholic(s) in our lives as well as ourselves. We welcome and give comfort to families and friends of alcoholics.

Al-Anon is neither a religious organisation, nor or a counselling service. It is not a treatment centre and it is not allied with any other organisation offering such services.  

Your anonymity is protected at all times.

Upcoming Events

Friday, Oct 13 at 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Sunday, Oct 15 at 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM
Thursday, Oct 19 at 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Friday, Oct 20 at 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM