Here you will find a repository of Al-anon newsletters, magazines and pamphlets. Many of these are available online for easy downloading, some require a paid subscription for the printed version.
The Al-A-Gram welcomes your submissions!
Service is not only about district meetings and Assembly and AWSC meetings. There are thousands of ways to do service in Al-Anon, and we want to hear those stories and share them with the rest of the fellowship.
We especially want:
- Stories about personal recovery through service.
- News about upcoming events in your district.
- Original photography. In keeping with the spiritual principle of anonymity, please do not identify individuals by name or whether they are members of 12 -Step fellowships.
- Original artwork.
- Because we are a service arm of Al-Anon Family Groups, we adhere to the Steps, Traditions, and Concepts. Service stories should be written in the first person (“I” and “me”, not “you”) and focus on the Al-Anon member, not on the alcoholic or other people. The Al-A-Gram coordinators reserve the right to edit stories for language, but we will leave the essential message intact.
The Key is a monthly publication of the AIS of Greater Pittsburgh Area. A printed version of The Key will be mailed to your home at a cost of $9 for 12 months. The latest issue of The Key can also be printed from the PDF on the Pittsburgh AIS web site. For further information please click here: https://alanonpgh.org/the-key
The RAP is the monthly newsletter of the Al-Anon Information Service of the Delaware Valley. The RAP is available free via Email or a paid subscription to the printed version.
For a complete archive of back issues and to subscribe to this publication please visit AISDV.org
The Forum, Al-Anon/Alateen’s monthly magazine, contains recovery stories from members as well as news and information from the World Service Office. The Forum provides meeting topics as well as a meeting anytime, anywhere.
Al-Anon Faces Alcoholism
Al-Anon Faces Alcoholism magazine is our annual public outreach magazine designed to introduce families of alcoholics to Al-Anon and to the importance of family recovery from a relative or friend’s drinking. Essential information about Al-Anon, members’ stories and articles by professionals are included.