The Triangle Club serves as a meeting clubhouse for twelve-step recovery groups and is the home for over 20 Palm Beach County AA Groups hosting weekly meetings serving an estimated 58,000 recovering alcoholics. In addition, the Club provides reception areas, meeting space, and dinners such as General Services, Intergroup, and various wedding, anniversary, birthday, and memorial service functions.
The Triangle Club sets itself apart by offering a full cafe to serve anyone who walks through the doors for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or just to fellowship! With a full menu, our cafe is open from 6:30am until the last meeting of the day!
Our purpose is to provide a safe, secure, and sober environment in order to extend the reach of hope, encouragement, help and support to individuals and families affected by alcoholism. To maintain the clubhouse for members to meet for twelve-step work in privacy and comfort. To provide space for Alcoholics Anonymous’ groups’ meetings. We provide and promote social, recreational, and entertainment functions consistent with the overall aims of the AA fellowship.
Our primary purpose is to provide a safe environment to support people in recovery. We host many events that are in a sober environment that continue to build on the fellowship and fun that we can have in recovery.
Many people do not know what the recovery process is. If you feel that you have a problem with drugs or alcohol, AA might be for you. We offer a safe, sober environment for anyone in need. With over 40 meetings weekly, there is sure to be a meeting that is right for you.
The Triangle Inc. originated in 1961, renting a building in downtown West Palm Beach, which is commonly referred to "the 4th Street Building" by many long-time members. After purchasing the building in 1982, the Triangle Club Inc. decided to move to Okeechobee Road in 1997, allowing the Triangle Club to continue to have the largest presence of A.A. meetings in Palm Beach County. For more history of the Triangle Club Inc., click here to see the full accounts of David A., a leading founder of the Triangle Club.