People in distress often first learn about Al-Anon through a professional. Social workers, therapists, counselors, nurses, doctors, religious leaders, and librarians can all be trusted professionals.

Consider offering literature to a professional with whom you have a personal relationship. You may also consider delivering Al-Anon information to a Community Behavioral Health Center. Perhaps call before you arrive, or walk in with a packet of printed materials for a staff member to deliver to professionals on site. Share this flyer with your group to explain the process and get things going.

Please refer to “Electronic Packets” further down on this page for links to these materials.

Printed Packets

Tips for putting packets together:

This can be a great group project for districts and groups! Have fun putting Step 12 into action!

Electronic Packets

You can also direct professionals to online sources of Al-Anon information.