There are many people that call the Camel Club their home. An AA group is a collection of people that identify themselves as Alcoholics and band together to meet on a stated day(s), at a certain time and at a certain place. As Tradition #5 of Alcoholics Anonymous states… “Each group has but one primary purpose – to carry its message to the alcoholic who still suffers.”
You do not have to be a member of the Camel Club to join any group at the Camel Club. You are welcomed to attend any and all of the groups that are appropriate for you. There are various groups that meet such as AA meetings designed for women only, open meetings (meaning anyone may attend, alcoholic or not).
There are also ‘closed’ AA meetings where those who identify as an alcoholic are the only participants allowed to attend. The Camel Club also has open and closed Narcotics Anonymous meetings. These meetings are for those people who are addicted to chemicals other than Alcohol. In addition, the Club offers Al-Anon meetings for family and friends of an Alcoholic. There are also meetings for those who are addicted battling other issues such as depression and bi-polar disorders. Stop by the club and attend a meeting today. Meetings at the Camel Club are held daily. Follow The Camel Club on Facebook for updated information.
For quick reference, daily meetings are held 8 am, noon. On Sundays and Wednesdays at 7 pm. Monthly AA speaker meetings are on Saturdays at 7 pm.