Our Club Goals

Englewood Alano Club, a non-profit Recovery Oasis, serves as a welcoming haven for those seeking solace from alcoholism, drug, and other addictions. This family-oriented facility is open to everyone, with a special focus on newcomers to recovery. Our overarching objective is to prioritize the well-being of all individuals who enter our doors. We are dedicated to aiding in the healing process of the mind, body, and spirit.

Englewood Alano Club stands as a crucial community resource, offering vital face-to-face support for individuals recovering from alcohol, drug, and other addictions—particularly in light of the ongoing Opioid/Fentanyl crisis impacting our neighborhoods. Taking it one day at a time, we strive to instill hope in those still struggling, demonstrating that recovery is not only possible but achievable. The power of one person sharing their experience, strength, and hope with another has proven to be an effective tool, and we provide a dedicated gathering place to facilitate this transformative exchange.

Englewood Alano Club extends a warm welcome to individuals of all ages and families seeking recovery through 12 Step Recovery support groups. Our doors are open to men, women, and children alike. The Club provides a dedicated space where these groups can conduct meetings, workshops, potlucks, and family events. We proudly host a variety of support groups, including AA, Alanon, NA, CODA, ACOA, OA, as well as activities like yoga and meditation.

Englewood Alano Club serves as a secure Recovery Oasis where individuals are encouraged to freely express themselves. Every day, we come together to share messages of hope with fellow travelers who enter our facility for meetings and other gatherings. Our aim is to create a welcoming and supportive environment where everyone feels heard and understood on their journey to recovery.

Long Term Goal
To secure and offer a permanent home for autonomous 12 Step recovery groups, while also establishing a secure, family-oriented space for individuals in search of assistance, optimism, and recovery from alcohol, drug, and other dependencies, paying it forward for a lasting home for generations to follow.