When you attend a meeting, you may find newcomers’ packets, free pamphlets, or copies of Al-Anon’s Forum monthly magazine. These are usually free for you to keep or borrow. They are a great way to learn more about the program. Some groups have books for borrowing, and several public libraries in Whatcom County carry Al-Anon books.
Many Al-Anon members find steady support in one of our daily readers. The day’s readings are short, usually a page or less in length.
The Al-Anon World Service Office publishes many other books that address specific topics such as the Al-Anon path, marriage relationships, and so on. Copies of daily readers and other useful books are at most meetings for purchase, and we encourage you to support the group you meet with by buying your Al-Anon conference-approved literature through them. If they don’t currently have a book you want, they can order it for you.
If literature purchase at a meeting is really not possible for you, please use this order form and mail it with payment to the District 25 literature coordinator at the address on the form.
Browse the Al-Anon catalog of conference-approved literature.