International Groups

FA is truly a worldwide fellowship. FA has member groups in more than 12 countries outside the U.S.

While differences in language and customs exist, the FA program is the same regardless of location.

International Groups will often form Intergroups, and collaborate with the World Service Board to develop translations of FA recovery literature for local use.

International Groups, Intergroups and National Service Boards operate in accordance with the World Service Board International Policy, which can be found below.

PPG-04 World Service Board International Policy
#WSOF 08 - International Group Listing

National Service Board Websites

Families Anonymous Italy
Families Anonymous Mexico
Families Anonymous Portugal
Families Anonymous Spain
Families Anonymous UK

Note that FA Literature may be available in the local language of our NSBs. To inquire, contact the NSB via the links above.