I'm trying to find an Al-anon meeting?

by Ashley
(Oregon)

I am looking for Al-non meetings to help me with my fiancé in Gresham Oregon.

Can you help me find local help...I cannot find anything local for the spouses of an addict.

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by: Debbie

Dear Ashley,

I found three meetings for you in Gresham. Just for clarification, EVERY Al-anon meeting should provide support for finances and spouses of addicts. I would attend each of these meetings, if you can, and decide which you feel the most supported at.

Here are the meetings I found:

- Gresham 10:00 am, Gresham Daytimers AFG, St Henrys Catholic Church, 346 NW 1st Street ( Parish Center)

- Gresham 7:30 pm, Gresham New Hearts AFG, East County Alano Club, 1015 NE Roberts (Old DMV, Near MAX)

- Gresham 3:00 pm, Saturday Sanity, East County Alano Club, 1015 NE Roberts (Old DMV, Near MAX)


Good Luck,

Debbie

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