Forms and Other Documents

Here you will find the PA Area Assembly Bylaws, the Group Records Change Form (GR1), and any other general documents that might be of interest to AWSC Officers.

PA Area Assembly Bylaws

PA Area_Assembly_Bylaws  2016 MAY

Group Records Change Form

Please use the Al-Anon Registration/Group Records Form (GR1) to

  • Register a new Al-Anon group
  • Report changes in the group name, meeting place, meeting day or time
  • Report changes in the name and/or contact information of the Group Representative, Alternate Group Representative, Current Mailing Address, or Telephone Contacts for WSO.

Group Records Change Form GR-1.pdf

Alateen Records Change Form

Please use Alateen Registration/Group Records Change Form (GR-3) to:

  • Register a new Alateen group
  • Report changes in the group name, meeting place, meeting day or time
  • Report changes in the name and/or contact information of the Group Sponsor(s), Current Mailing Address, or Telephone Contacts for WSO.

Alateen Registration/Group Records Change Form (GR-3).pdf

Archives

AR-6 Group history checklist.pdf


Printable Meeting Lists

The following PDFs are provided for participating districts.  While we do everything possible to ensure these files are kept up to date, be aware it is possible for meeting information to have changed since the last update.

AIS Greater Pittsburgh • Meeting List
AISDV • Website for Al-Anon Information Service of Delaware Valley (Philadelphia)
District 5 • SE Delaware County
District 7 • Meeting List for District 7
District 12 • Meeting List for District 12 in Erie PA
District 20 • Meeting List for District 20
District 21 • Meeting List for District 21
District 22 • Meeting List for District 22 in Lancaster/Lebanon
District 28 • Meeting List for District 28
District 29 • Meeting List for District 29
District 32 Meeting List for District 32


break-the-buck_tablecard

Download the Break the Buck Table Card  [Download]

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Other:

In Al-Anon and Alateen, we do not tell others what they “should have” done or “should” do now or later, or how they “should” think or feel. Members share their own experience, strength, and hope with each other.  We share about what has personally helped us to recover. No one can take away another person’s pain, but here are some of the ways that Al-Anon/Alateen may be able to help a person who has lost a loved one due to alcoholism.

Al-Anon History

Al-Anon History Lois W.

Al-Anon History Anne S.

Al-Anon History Anne B.