The New Day Club - Mequon WI

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Welcome to the New Day Club

Our mission: We provide a safe place for Alcoholics and Chemically Dependent people, their families and friends to meet and work on 12-Step recovery.

The New Day club is a meeting and gathering place for all recovering alcoholics who subscribe to the Principles and Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous.

(262) 241-HOPE  (262) 241-4673

District 24 workshop - Three Legacies (Sept 13th)

September 13th, New Day Club Barn, 10am-2pm (Lunch provided!)

See the flyer for more details and make sure to register!

Registration email address and/or snail mail form are at the bottom of the flyer.



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Registration for the 2015 International Convention of AA begins September 3rd



Part of compliance is defiance, but you must arrive at acceptance of the disease.

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Upcoming Meetings

Sun Sep 21 @08:00AM - 09:00AM
AA Meeting
Sun Sep 21 @11:00AM - 12:00PM
AA Meeting
Sun Sep 21 @05:00PM - 06:00PM
AA Meeting
Sun Sep 21 @07:30PM - 08:30PM
AA Meeting
Mon Sep 22 @12:30PM - 01:30PM
AA Meeting
Mon Sep 22 @05:30PM - 06:30PM
AA Meeting
Mon Sep 22 @06:30PM - 07:30PM
AL-Anon Meetings
Mon Sep 22 @07:00PM - 08:00PM
AA Meeting
Mon Sep 22 @08:15PM - 09:15PM
Men's AA Meeting
Tue Sep 23 @10:00AM - 11:00AM
AA Meeting
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There are many healthy alternatives to a life spent in the darkness of of alcoholism.  New day is one of them.  Here, we gather for AA Group Meetings, for social events, and as a resource for community involvement in programs aimed at helping victims of alcoholism.

The New Day Club was founded in January, 1984, to offer a permanent meeting place for area AA Groups.  Through the belief and contributions of many individuals and organizations, the Charter Members and Board of Directors purchased the property on North Port Washington Road with its unique farm house and barn facility and opened the Club's doors on March 1st, 1985.  In the years to come, we hope to become the beacon of hope for all victims of alcoholism in the Washington, Milwaukee and Ozaukee county areas.

The promise of New Day is that we shall always be here, for all who wish to come.