The Vancouver Alano Club has an objective to assist recovering alcoholics in their efforts to become healthy, contributing members of society.
The Alano Club of Vancouver is a non-profit association intended as a resource for Alcoholics Anonymous members and groups, as well as any individual who has a desire to stop drinking. Members from other 12-Step programs, especially the Al-Anon Family Groups, are also welcome.
The Alano Club of Vancouver was incorporated under the British Columbia Societies Act in 1950, although it actually came into existence three years earlier. From its’ earliest beginnings the Alano Club has been an important “stepping stone”, for many recovering from the terrible effects of addiction, and has been an invaluable tool in helping them to become healthy and productive members of our community.