What is the Wisconsin Association of 12 Step Clubs?
The Wisconsin Association of 12 Step Clubs is an association of not-for-profit 12 Step Clubs in Wisconsin. Establishment of the Association grew out of the annual 12 Step Club Leadership Conference which was first held in 2004. The Association was formally established at the 2008 Leadership Conference.
MISSION: The purpose of the Wisconsin Association of 12 Step Clubs is to promote the interests and effectiveness of 12 Step Clubs in Wisconsin by developing leadership to strengthen clubs organizational capacity by increasing communication and networking among clubs and by encouraging information sharing and collaboration.
A strong Association of 12 Step Clubs will enable clubs to better promote recovery of club members as individuals, as family members and within the community.
Which Clubs are members of the Wisconsin Association of 12 Step Clubs?
Alano Club of Wausau Wausau Alano Foundation of Milwaukee Milwaukee Alano Society of River Falls Alano Society of Sawyer County Hayward Club Breakaway Kenosha Dry Hootch of America Fitchburg Serenity Club Madison Friendship, Inc. Milwaukee Genesis Club Appleton Gratitude Club Fond du Lac H.O.W. to Club West Allis Hudson Alano Society Hudson Monona Serenity Group Madison Northern Lakes Alano Society Iron River Pass It On Club Milwaukee Solution Recovery Club Oshkosh Stoughton Alano Club - Stoughton The Bridge of Green Bay, Inc. Green Bay The New Day Club Mequon Unity Club of West Bend The Waukesha Alano Club Waukesha
What are the benefits of membership in the Association of 12 Step Clubs?
Clubs that are members of the Association receive reduced registration rates for the annual 12 Step Club leadership conference. The Association developed and maintains a Website (www.12stepclubswi.com) that provides information on 12 step clubs in Wisconsin and resource information to help clubs operate more effectively. Member clubs have access to technical assistance from club leaders from throughout the State to support the operations of clubs including the creation of club web sites.. The Association promotes communication and sharing among clubs.
Does a club have to be in Wisconsin to become a member of the Association?
Yes. Currently Association membership is only available for 12 Step Clubs in Wisconsin
How can a club become a member of the Wisconsin Association of 12 Step Clubs?
Currently there are no dues for a club to become a member of the Association. To join the Association a club must complete the Association membership form. Click HERE to get more information on how to join the Association and for a copy of the Association membership form.