We are the Livingston County Area Alano Club (LCAAC) . We provide a safe and sober facility for those in recovery, their families and the public at large. We have been addressing these issues continuously for over 20 years providing for those who seek a better life. We are a non-profit, volunteer run, 501.3C organization.
The LCAAC is not affiliated with any other organization, has no other agenda. We only wish to fulfill our primary mission, which is: To serve those who seek recovery and those affected by addiction.
We give shelter to 32 recovery based meetings every week. That is over 30,000 people served each year. We also provide safe, sober, social and personal growth opportunities events like:
• 4th of July Firework Celebration
•Thanksgiving Community Dinner
• Annual New Years Eve Party
• Halloween Party & Dance
• Super Bowl Celebration
• Instructor Lead Yoga
• Car Wash
• Knit & Crochet Circle
• Volunteer Legal Advice
and much much more...
Addiction affects all aspects of our lives. Our friends, families, co-workers and community all suffer in the wake of substance and alcohol abuse. Our community is full of people who want to help and need the help and support of the community and this club. We provide a direct connection for local businesses and residents, that either need the help or want to help. Engaging our community as whole is vital to the long term sustainability of the L.C.A.A.C. and our mandate.