Club Recovery of Citrus County is a sober club, a safe place we can go to find understanding and fellowship.
Message from the President:
I am writing to let you know that Club Recovery is not closing it’s doors. The building we are currently in has been put up for sale. The Club has taken steps to ensure we stay open to serve the recovering community. As of today, Monday June 8, Club Recovery is the proud owner of 1.6 acres of land in Inverness. We are now working on a building to put up on the land.
This was all made possible by generous donations, both large and small. Every penny counts. We are still in need of more donations for the building. If you or someone you know would like to make a donation, you can do so in person at the club or visit our website http://clubrecoveryofcitruscounty.com for more options.
Until we open our new facility, Club Recovery will remain open at it’s current location. We will do our best to make sure the recovery community is kept informed of our progress.
Thank you for your support,
You may use our Donation Page link, our GoFundMe link or simply contact Marisol (Club President) or Bill A. (Club Treasurer) to donate directly. If you are at the Club, you may also contribute there and we will see that you get the necessary receipt for your IRS deduction.
Today we operate out of a 2,400+sf facility and are more or less centrally located in the County, this will not change. Lots of parking will be available on this large parcel and we’ll probably build larger for future growth. As a 501c(3) non-profit public charity relying on donations and memberships to assist operations, we are also supported by meeting groups who share 1/2 the basket to cover costs. Our hearts go out to the Community for your assistance in funding this new home. THANK YOU!
Club Recovery is a place in Citrus County where men and women can go for AA or other recovery meetings and for fellowship in-between the meetings. The clubhouse is staffed and visited by others facing the same challenges in our life long recovery from addictions. Our volunteers understand that problems sometimes go beyond the meetings and we need to talk with someone or just hang-out with others who are experiencing similar difficulties.
Our facility has a large room with seating for fifty in a comfortable atmosphere and a smaller, more intimate room for ten or so. There is a pool table (ping-pong convertible), a large TV, and many books or movies to share. We always have a pot of coffee brewing and offer water or soda for purchase. In addition to these rooms, we have a covered area outside with picnic tables, dartboard and horseshoe pit. We have added a General Store with a conservative stock of books, medallions and assortment of gift items focused on recovery with access to order that special, hard to find item.
Our priority is providing a place for recovery through various meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), Narcotics Anonymous (NA), book reading and Al-anon, which are autonomously run by each group. We also recognize the value of social interaction in a safe, sober environment with activities filled with laughter, joy and understanding. Our sober activities are meant to give us a time for fun and fellowship in a variety of ways unique to our community (see Events Page).
You are invited to share our experience, strength and hope by participating in whatever capacity you feel comfortable with, such as attending meetings, enjoying sober events, becoming a dues paying member (see Members Page), duty person, Trustee or just drop by for a cup of coffee and chat.
We are here to assist you in your RECOVERY.