The Wake Forest Alano Club is comprised of compassionate individuals who are dedicated to recovery from alcoholism and addiction. Having successfully faced these challenges, our members are committed to helping others who still suffer in the community. Generously sharing their experience, strength and hope through a network of 12-step meetings, our members reach out a helping hand to those who have nowhere else to turn.
The club was founded in 2007 by a group of individuals in Wake Forest who were seeking support on their journeys of battling addiction and alcoholism. Continuing to grow over the following years, it gained non-profit status in 2008 and had various homes in Wake Forest as membership climbed. In 2015, it purchased its permanent home at 932 S Cross St in Youngsville. Today, the WAC offers over a dozen weekly 12-step recovery meetings to Wake Forest, Youngsville, Rolesville and the surrounding communities.
The Wake Forest Alano Club, Inc, is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization serving Wake Forest, Youngsville, Rolesville and the surrounding communities. Its primary purpose is to provide a safe space for alcoholics, addicts, and other 12-step programs to meet. In doing so, it offers recovery assistance to those who suffer from addiction and support to their friends and family.
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932 S Cross St, Youngsville, North Carolina 27596, United States