Welcome to the Westside Club
The West Side Club of Georgetown, Inc., is a private non-profit organization formed to provide a space where 12 step groups can meet. Whether you are the the one stricken from the disease of alcoholism or addiction or if you are coping with a loved one who is still suffering, you have a place to go for recovery. The club is an educational center, a meeting place for 12 step groups, and a fun, positive social environment for those seeking recovery.
Not only are we a facility that provides space for meetings, we also provide literature, serve as a resource hub for recovery, offer a snack bar and organize social and fund raising events. Although many AA 12 step groups hold their meetings here, and the club recognizes and subscribes to the principles and traditions of AA; we are all inclusive and welcome any type of 12-Step groups (NA, OA, CA, Al-anon, GA, etc.) to start meetings and use the space available.
Meetings are currently held seven days a week and the club also provides space for recovery related workshops and seminars. A great location in the heart of Georgetown, three meeting rooms, snack bar, and other amenities, make the Westside Club an ideal facility for recovery groups. The Westside Club sponsors a number of annual events. Major events include the annual New Years Eve Party, Talent Show, Founders Day Dinner, Thanksgiving Day dinner and Christmas Day dinner. Picnics are held on all Summer holidays. In addition to these events, special meetings are scheduled on federal holidays.
Founded in 1981, the Westside Club has been a home for recovery and has played a vital role in the community for 26 years. Meetings, service, recovery, fun, and fellowship have changed the lives of many for the better. Providing a safe, positive environment to facilitate the recovery of those afflicted with addiction — and the loved ones who are affected by the disease — brings us tremendous satisfaction and remains our primary purpose and motivation.
About the Westside Club
Located in the heart of Georgetown, the Westside Club is a facility providing space primarily for meetings of 12-Step recovery programs, including Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA). Other 12-Step groups are welcome to start meetings and use the space available. Meetings are currently held seven days a week. The club also provides space for recovery related workshops and seminars. The space includes three meeting rooms, a separate smoking room, snack bar, restroom facilities and a pay phone.
The Westside Club was founded in 1981, and has been a home for recovery in Georgetown for 26 years. In addition to providing space for meetings, the Westside Club sponsors a number of annual events. Major events include the annual New Years Eve Party, Talent Show and Founders Day Dinner. Dinner is also served at the club on Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day. Picnics are held on all Summer holidays. In addition to these events, special meetings are scheduled on major holidays.
Statement of Purpose
The West Side Club of Georgetown, Inc., is a private non-profit organization formed to provide a space where groups devoted primarily to the recovery of alcoholics and drug addicts, plus other family groups that relate to the illness of alcoholism and drug addiction, can meet; a place where people with drinking and drug problems can be helped; an educational center for alcoholics, problem drinkers, and drug addicts; and a social environment for recovering alcoholics and drug addicts. In addition, the Club is open to meetings of other 12-Step groups that agree to abide by the rules of anonymity of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA). The Club and its membership recognize and, as far as possible, subscribe to the principles of the fellowship of AA. The Club shall undertake such activities as are approved by its House Committee, the scope of which shall include the education of recovering alcoholics and drug addicts through literature, meetings, and other activities.