March 9, 2013 in Washington Voices

Support groups

 

Autism Support Group – Meets the third Wednesday of select months, 6:30-8:30 p.m., St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Institute, 711 S. Cowley St. Call (509) 624-3323 for more information.

Ongoing

Adult Children of Hoarders – Anonymous recovery group of men and women who grew up with a parent who hoards. Group meets to explore their commonalities in a safe, respectful manner, discover how growing up in the hoard affected them in the past and continues to color their habits today. Meets the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month, 7 p.m., at 5025 N. Market St. Free; donations are accepted. Call (509) 434-8874, visit www.achspokane.wordpress.com or email achspokane@gmail.com for more information.

Adult Co-Victims to Homicide or Other Violent Death – For information about times and places, call Dan Fox at Lutheran Community Services, (509) 747-8224.

Al-Anon Family Groups – Offers support and understanding for family and friends of problem drinkers by sharing experiences with finding solutions to common problems from living with or loving an alcoholic. Each Al-Anon Family Group’s one purpose is to help family and friends of alcoholics. Call (509) 456-2125 or visit www.wa-al-anon.org for more information.

Alateen Family Groups – Support group for young people whose lives have been affected by someone else’s drinking. Meetings offer shared experiences with finding solutions to common problems of living with or loving an alcoholic. Each Alateen Family Group’s one purpose is to help teenagers of alcoholics. Call (509) 456-2125 for more information.

Al-Anon Adult Children of Alcoholics Family Groups – Offers support and understanding for family of problem drinkers by sharing experiences with finding solutions to common problems from growing up in an alcoholic home. Each Al-Anon Family Group’s one purpose is to help family and friends of alcoholics. Call (509) 456-2125 or visit www.wa-al-anon.org for more information.

Alcoholics Anonymous – For meeting times and locations, visit www.aa.org or call the Spokane Central office at (509) 624-1442.


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