Thanks to the support of friends like you, the 12-24 Club donated over 500 recovery Program books throughout Casper last year!
An online place
Connect, Share and Find Resources
A collection of recovery resource links, a curated compilation of invaluable tools and support networks to aid individuals in their journey to recovery. From helplines and online forums to treatment centers, books and educational materials, help to for available to navigate the challenges of addiction recovery.
Meetings & Community
Many of our patrons have found sobriety and recovery through the various 12-step programs that meet here. For most of us, these programs are best worked “one day at a time,” or “24 hours.” And “club” because what one will find here is fellowship, unity, and hope! So, there you have it – The 12-24 Club!
The 12-24 Club is open 7-days a week, 365 days a year.
Any individual with an interest in a certain program can attend open meetings. Closed meetings are for those who identify as an addict or alcoholic.
Absolutely! If you are actively seeking recovery from addiction in any way, we encourage you to make yourself at home! At the 12-24 Club, we encourage people to spend time with each other and to utilize the building. If you are actively seeking recovery, fellowship, or a safe haven away from substance use, we encourage you to come hang out!
The 12-24 Club welcomes any path of recovery from alcoholism to addiction. If you are interested in facilitating a new, recovery-focused group, please email our Executive Director to set up a time to chat. If you are looking to begin a new homegroup meeting for a program that already meets here, please click the link for a “Meeting Form.”
Support & Funding
If you have any skills or services that you think could benefit our patrons, community, or daily operations, please contact us. You can also volunteer for annual fundraisers and holiday meals!
No. The 12-24 Club is made possible by individual donors and foundations.
Though we are a free community resource, we do need to raise funds to keep the building running. Our annual fundraisers provide funding for features like the Fresh Start Café, the elevator, insurance, utilities, etc. We appreciate your support at all of our fundraising events!
To speak with someone about your drinking, please call the Casper/Douglas AA hotline at 307-333-0769.
To speak with someone about your substance use, please call 1-800-662-HELP (4357) to reach the SAMHSA National Helpline.
To speak with an Al-Anon member about a friend or loved one’s alcoholism or substance abuse, please call 307-215-9596.
If you are having suicidal thoughts, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 immediately.
No. The 12-24 Club is a non-profit organization that provides meeting space for Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Al-Anon, and similar fellowship-driven programs and members to gather.
No. The 12-24 Club and the programs that meet here honor the anonymity of attendees.
Recovery can take many forms, and the most effective program for you is the one that keeps you clean and sober – no matter how it takes shape. The 12-24 Club supports all paths to recovery and celebrates an array of programs.
Yes. The 12-24 Club features an elevator and provides a spacious, easy to navigate environment.