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AFGAfghanistan (international vehicle registration)
AFGAlternatives for Girls (Detroit, MI)
AFGAir Force General
AFGAir Force Group
AFGAssistance to Firefighters Grant
AFGAngled Fore Grip (Magpul)
AFGAdjusted Field Goal (basketball statistic)
AFGAmerican Financial Group
AFGAl Fahim Group (Dubai)
AFGAlliance Financial Group (Fort Myers, FL)
AFGArbeitsförderungsgesetz (German: Labor Advancement Law)
AFGAl-Anon Family Group
AFGArbitrary Function Generator
AFGAdvanced Force Gauge
AFGArbonia Forster Group (Switzerland)
AFGAccreditation for Growth
AFGAssociation Française de la Gestion Financière (French: French Association of Financial Management)
AFGAustralian Finance Group (West Perth, WA, Australia)
AFGAlkoholfreie Getränke (German: Non-Alcoholic Drinks)
AFGAssociation Française du Gaz (French: French Gas Association; est. 1874)
AFGAsociación de Futbolistas Guatemaltecos (Guatemala soccer association)
AFGAirfoil Group
AFGAir Foil Group (US DoD)
AFGAga Foodservice Group (now Aga Rangemaster Group)
AFGAlliance for Guyana
AFGAsahi Fiber Glass (Japan)
AFGAccelerated Freight Group (Mobile, AL)
AFGAssociation of Freight Forwarders of Georgia (est. 1997)
AFGAvrett Free Ginsberg (New York Ad Agency)
AFGAssociation Francophone des Glycogénoses
AFGAmerican Futures Group
AFGAssociation Française de Gemmologie (French: French Gemology Association)
AFGAdvanced Fitness Group
AFGAll for Good (service opportunity aggregator)
AFGAflatoxin G (mycotoxin generated by Aspergillus Flavus)
AFGAriana Afghan Airlines Afghanistan (ICAO code)
AFGAbove Finished Grade
AFGAll Fair Games (gaming clan)
AFGAnnual Funding Guidance
AFGAdvent Film Group, LLC
AFGAfghani Rupee (old Afghani money)
AFGAustralian Forging Group (North Melbourne, VIC, Australia)
AFGArmy Force Guidance
AFGAdministrative & Finance Group (Eumetsat)
AFGAsian Fire Grill (Rome, GA restaurant)
AFGArtificial Gravity Generator
AFGAutomatic Force Generator
AFGAqueous Fire Gel
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As part of Alcohol Awareness Week, Al-Anon Family Groups UK and Eire are launching a new campaign - The Untold Story - to encourage more people living with problem drinkers to find their local Al-Anon meetings.
The Al-Anon Family Groups are a fellowship of relatives and friends of Alcoholics who share their experience, strength and hope in order to solve their common problems.
In 1951 a clearinghouse for Al-Anon groups was set up, marking the beginning of the Al-Anon Family Groups fellowship.
If you answer "yes" to any of these questions, Al-Anon Family Groups may be able to help.
'They need someone to turn to even if it's just to talk about the problem or to get resources.': Help is available:Useful helpline numbers for children and young people needing help: Childline, 0800 1111; NSPCC, 0808 800 5000; Alateen and Al-Anon Family Groups, specifically for families and friends of those with a drink problem, 020 7403 0888.
The traditional response was to send them to Al-Anon meetings, which advocate loving detachment from the drinker or drug user (Al-Anon Family Groups, 1984).
The major groups reviewed include Alcoholics Anonymous, Abstainers Clubs, Al-Anon Family Groups, All Nippon Sobriety Association/The Sobriety Friends Society (Danshukai), Blue Cross, Clubs of Treated Alcoholics, Double Trouble in Recovery, Free Life, Jewish Alcoholics, Chemically Dependent Persons and Significant Others, the Links, Moderation Management, Narcotics Anonymous, Nicotine Anonymous, Oxford Houses, Pui Hong Self-Help Association, Rational Recovery, SMART Recovery, SOS/LifeRing Secular Recovery, and Women for Sobriety.
Al-Anon Family Groups UK are based at 61 Great Dover Street, London SE1 4YF (telephone: 0171 403 0888).
The Dilemma of the Alcoholic Marriage by Al-Anon Family Groups
AL-ANON Family Groups are community resource serving those people where problem drinking is causing concern, within the family and work place.
Counselors and other addiction professionals might find that the family members of clients could benefit from the services of Al-Anon Family Groups. The resources of Al-Anon and Alateen can help family members receive the ongoing support they need to effect needed changes in family life.