Broad spectrum announcements / blog posts

UPDATE: Extending COVID-19 Closure

Dear Friends,

Per an emergency meeting of our Board of Directors, we have decided to extend our temporary closure of the Washtenaw Alano Club through May 28th due to the concerns caused by COVID-19.

We are not considered an essential business and must remain closed to conform with the current “Stay at Home Order.” 

This closure includes the Club building and grounds. 

We hope to have a gradual opening as soon as restrictions are lifted.

Thank you for your support.

Online Zoom Meetings

Due to the temporary cancellation of in-person meetings at the Washtenaw Alano Club, we have a variety of online Zoom meetings that have started in order to keep our community connected. If you would like to engage with your recovery friends, please join one of these online meetings!

Zoom Meeting Schedule

Catch up with your WAC friends.

Updated 5/10/2020

 

Please do not post this list of meetings on other websites or large facebook groups without permission, but feel free to share with your recovery friends.

Some meeting hosts will be locking the meeting shortly after it starts in order to prevent unwanted participants from entering the meeting and causing trouble. Please log in to the meetings on time to avoid getting locked out!

The Washtenaw Alano Club does not directly host online meetings. Each meeting is hosted by an individual volunteer or group. The Club serves to support and inform the recovery community of opportunities to attend WAC meetings despite being closed. Thank you to all the groups and volunteers who have stepped up to keep the recovery community connected!

If you are involved in a WAC meeting that is starting an online meeting, send us the info at wacmembership995@gmail.com and we will add you to this list.

Mission Statement

The mission of Washtenaw Alano Club is to provide a facility and an environment conducive to spiritual growth for recovery from addictive behavior.  We achieve our mission by owning and operating a support center that is home to the largest and most diverse offering of 12-step recovery meetings in Washtenaw County. With more than 72 recovery meetings a week, 1,500 visitors each week and 18 distinct 12-step programs, the Washtenaw Alano Club strives to build an accessible and vibrant recovery support community.