35 Crescent St., 2nd Floor
The Re-Al Club was organized in 1969 and incorporated in the State of CT on April 12, 1971 as a Non-Stock Corporation. On June 25, 1984 the Re-Al Club was granted a Non-Profit status from the I.R.S. as a 501 C-3 Non-Profit Charity which derives its funding from membership dues, contributions from meetings, and individual and corporate charitable donations. Serving Recovering Alcoholics in Southern Fairfield County Since 1969. The Re-Al Club's purpose is to assist recovering alcoholics in maintaining sobriety in their daily lives, principally through the program of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA). Since AA itself must remain autonomous and unaffiliated and cannot own property or accept outside funds, Re-Al was formed to provide safe facilities where AA meetings can be held and recovering alcoholics can support each other in leading sober and socially productive lives. Re-Al also runs various sober social functions such as picnics, dinners and field trips for alcoholics in recovery and their families.
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The Real Club, which is located on the third floor of the Glenbrook Community Center, is an organization that promotes and supports individuals suffering from an addiction to alcohol. In conjunction with Alcoholics Anonymous, the Real Club holds meetings at their clubhouse everyday at noon and evenings a week. Re-Al has been operating in Stamford since its formation. Currently Re-Al leases the second floor of the Glenbrook Community Center. It maintains a meeting room and kitchen. Fifteen AA meetings are held each week at the Re-Al club. These consist of weekday noon time meetings with lunch where attendance averages 60 people per day, weekend noon time meetings with up to 100 people per meeting, and evening meetings where attendance averages 25-50 people.
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