Who Are We

How to Contact Us

Al-Anon Information Service of Nassau County (ALISON), Long Island, New York

P.O. Box 755
Westbury, Long Island, NY 11590
(516) 433-8003
General Questions and Inquiries email: info@AlisonNY.org
Webmaster and Website Issues email:  webmaster@AlisonNY.org
Website: www.alanon-nassau-ny.org

ALISON Officers and Coordinators

Chairperson - Email: chairperson@AlisonNY.org
ViceChairperson - Email: vicechairperson@AlisonNY.org
Corresponding Secretary - Email: corresponding.secretary@AlisonNY.org
Alateen Coordinator - Email: alateen.coordinator@alanon-nassau-ny.org
Public Outreach Coordinator - Email: outreach@AlisonNY.org
Website Coordinator - Email: webmaster@AlisonNY.org

Nassau County Al-Anon Group Mailing Labels

If you would like a set of mailing labels for all the Al-Anon Groups in Nassau County, send an email to chairperson@AlisonNY.org or corresponding.secretary@AlisonNY.org . They will be glad to send you a current file that you can use to print the labels.
Or you can download a set of labels from the A.L.I.S.O.N. download section that follows.
The labels are in Microsoft Word format.


A.L.I.S.O.N Downloads




Other New York Al-Anon/Alateen Information Service Groups

Al-Anon Suffolk Information Service (ASIS), Long Island, New York

P.O. Box 490
Farmingville, Long Island, NY 11739
(631) 669-2827
Email: info@al-anon-suffolk-ny.org
Website: www.al-anon-suffolk-ny.org

Al-Anon of Southern New York

P.O. Box 30
Radio City Station
New York, NY 10101
Email: info@al-anonny.org
Website: www.al-anonny.org

NYC Al-Anon Information Service

350 Broadway, Suite 404
New York, NY 10013
(212) 941-0095 (English)
(800) 939-2770 (Spanish)


Nationwide Information Service Group

Al-Anon World Service Office

1600 Corporate Landing Parkway
Virginia Beach, VA 23454-5617
(888) 4AL-ANON
(888) 425-2666
Email: wso@al-anon.org
Website: www.al-anon.alateen.org


Your anonymity will be respected if you call or write to us. If speaking personally to an Al-Anon volunteer, you may not be asked for your name, phone number or address. But, if your call goes to a message service or voice mail system, you might be asked to leave your name, a phone number and sometimes your address. This allows an Al-Anon volunteer to return your call and help you find that first meeting or to mail a schedule of meetings to you. Al-Anon volunteers do not mention alcoholism, Alcoholics Anonymous, Al-Anon or Alateen on the outside of mailing envelopes or in phone messages left for you.

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