Many of these organizations have transitioned to online meetings in the time of COVID. 


Adult Children of Alcoholics
A support group for individuals who desire to recover from the effects of growing up in an alcoholic or otherwise dysfunctional family. Closed step and discussion meeting Fridays at 4:15 p.m. at Grace Church Parish Hall, Vineyard Haven.


Al-Anon
Al-anon is a 12-step program for family members and adult children of alcoholics. There are currently four Martha's Vineyard Al-Anon zoom meetings:


Al-Anon Step Meeting Saturday 8:00am

https://zoom.us/joinMeeting ID: 368 955 361
Passcode: 943785


Al-Anon Meeting Sunday 9:00am

https://zoom.us/join

Meeting ID - 497-592-3990
Password - 912004

Please feel free to contact Susan Fieldsmith at 508-680-6277 or Kathy at 508-688-9177 with any questions.


Al-Anon Meeting Tuesday 8:15am

https://zoom.us/join

Meeting ID: 899 0397 1909
Passcode: 637716


Al-Anon Wednesday at 12:00 meeting

https://zoom.us/join

Meeting ID: 819 1003 1837
PW: ODAT



In addition, you can find more online meeting information at Find an Al-Anon or Alateen Face-to-Face, Phone, or Online Meeting


Island Wide Youth Collaborative
A Massachusetts Family Resource Center that provides services for at-risk families and young people.
508-693-7900


Learn to CopeA peer support network for families dealing with addiction and recovery. Overdose education and Narcan training and distribution are available. Meetings held weekly on Wednesday's 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm in the Martha's Vineyard Hospital Community Room. 
774-563-9197


NAMI Cape and the Islands
NAMI Cape Cod & The Islands serves individuals and their families who are affected by the broad spectrum of mental illness and neurological disorders through support, education and advocacy, and promotes mental wellness for all.


NAMI Support Group:
A support group for family and friends of people with mental illness.
508-693-5872


NAMI Family to Family Education:
A free, 12-session program for family, partners, friends and significant others of adults living with mental illness. The course is designed to help participants understand and support their loved one living with mental illness, while maintaining their own well-being. 



Nar-Anon
12-step program for relatives and friends who are concerned about addiction/drug problems of another.
800-477-6291











Family and Caregiver Support