Membership List Update

members update your email addressIf you’re a member of the club, please update or provide your email address and phone. Our mailing list is getting an overhaul and we appreciate your help.

Service Work

Service is the key to recovery. We always need help with projects at the club. Can you spare some time for us? Thanks for your help.

Need Help?

Drugs and alcohol getting out of control? Been there, done that. But you can turn your life around starting today. You can do it.

Sobriety Blog

Ready for some experience, strength and hope? Check out our new blog and if you like to write, submit a post too!  Read on!

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Members are why the club stays open. Every cup of coffee,  the AC and heat, even the chairs you sit on at meetings – none of it happens without the support of our members.

Join Us

  • Free attendance at any club event with admission fee
  • Voting privileges on club policies and operations
  • A chance to give back  – gratitude is an action word.

If you’ve enjoyed meetings at the club, do the next right thing.

Be a member for just $15.00 a month – keep the doors open and the coffee hot!

No personal calamity is so crushing that something true and great can’t be made of it.

Bill Wilson


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(Once you’re a member you will get very occasional emails about board elections or special events.)

Bozo on the Bus

Alcoholics like to think of ourselves as leaders. Most everyone else considers us control freaks. We have a lot of trouble being part of something without needing to run it. Our literature talks at length about how we struggle to rise to the top of heap or hide beneath it.

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Don’t Tell Me to Have Fun!

The other day when I was doing my morning meditation, I had a gotcha moment. One of the readings was about taking pleasure in life – enjoying yourself.  It said that though life was often hard, it wasn’t ALWAYS hard. My reaction was surprising. Hey, life isn’t easy. I’ve got all kinds of responsibilities, bills to pay, things to... read more

The Character Defect Dilemna

When we’re new to the program  – our first five years or so – we typically have blind spots about how we manage ourselves around other people.  In our 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th steps, we gain some insight. If we stay teachable, this topic, more so than any other, is proof that “more will be revealed.” The longer we... read more

The Camel Club is a non-profit organization that has been operating since 1985. We provide space for meetings and fellowship activities.  The club is self-supporting through member dues and donations.


The Camel each day goes twice to his knees. He picks up his load with the greatest of ease. He walks through the day with head held high and stays for that one day completely dry.


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