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The Live And Let Live Alano Club (LLLAC) is a not for profit 501(c3) corporation that is open to the public every day of the year and provides community and meeting space to 40,000 participants annually in over forty 12-Step recovery meetings weekly.
Our facility, meetings, and events are open to the public.
The LLLAC provides meeting referrals, recovery literature, and information about local drug-and-alcohol recovery services in San Diego. We also produce clean and sober dances, dinners, and events on holidays and througout the year to foster community and enjoyment in a safe, and welcoming, drug and alcohol free, environment.
Over one thousand paticipants utilize our facility each week. The LLLAC is a place one can drop in anytime and enjoy the fellowship and community of others practicing sober living.
The Live and Let Live Alano Club is one of San Diego's oldest continuously operating LGBT non profit service organizations. Since it's founding in Hillcrest in 1983 the LLLAC has been there for thousands of individuals, many of which have stayed sober many years and today live productive, happy and useful lives. Many of those same individuals have quietly kept the LLLAC going serving the public for over 30 years with donations, and service, in gratitude, for what they received.
The LLLAC is not a treatment or rehab facility. Instead our mission is for the ‘long haul support' of those beginning and sustaining sobriety as an ongoing way of life. Accessibility to a consistent and experienced recovery community of examples and mentors is proven to greatly enhance an individuals success in achieving and sustaining recovery long term.