3847 Park Blvd.
Come visit us in Hillcrest on the corner of Park Blvd. and University Ave.. Check local listings to see which meetings we are hosting under the "meetings" tab on this site.
We have a full service cafe that serves a variety of hot and cold beverages as well as chips, cookies, donuts, cake, and candy.
We are always looking for Coffee Bar Volunteers (9+ months sobriety) and Club Volunteers (30+ Days Sobriety.) Please spread the word and ask anyone interested in being a Volunteer to fill out an application at the Coffee Bar.
People die every day of addiction and HIV infection resulting from being alcoholic or having an addiction. We carry the message of recovery, by human example to the LGBT+ community that there is vibrant life after addiction that no one needs to go it alone. Freedom from active addictions is desirable and achievable.
Named after a traditional Alcoholics Anonymous slogan, the “Live & Let Live” Alano Club is a non-profit sober clubhouse that keeps its doors open 365 days a year to serve the San Diego recovery community. Their mission is to help others find a better life utilizing recovery and community resources.
The Live and Let Live Alano Club hosts more non-traditional AA meetings than other clubs in San Diego. We have been instrumental in providing specialty meetings, including for atheists, agnostics, the leather and kink community, the trans community and those who identify with the culture of the LGBT community. The club also hosts 35+ meetings a week including for Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACOA) Sexual Compulsive (SCA) Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Crystal Meth Anonymous (CMA) Co-Dependent Anonymous (CODA) Gambling Anonymous (GA) Nicotine (NicA) and Marijuana Anonymous (MA) meetings.
LLLAC is a not for profit corporation (4th Oldest GLBT Sober Center in US) that is open to the public 365 days a year. We provide meeting space to 40,000 participants annually in over 37 Twelve-step recovery meetings and produce clean and sober events throughout the year.
To provide a safe, clean, and sober environment for individuals in twelve-step and other recovery programs, as well as their friends and family, to gather for support, community, and personal growth. In recognizing that issues of alcoholism and other addictions arise more often among the Gay, Lesbian, Transgender, and Bisexual population, our focus is to serve this community.
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