Come and join us on Sunday, September 6th from 4-6PM for the 'Last Days of Summer Luau BBQ'. Some delicious food will be prepared on the grills with a Polynesian flair. If you have a lei, Hawaiian or tropical shirt, come wearing it and we'll have a great time enjoying fellowship together. Please bring a dessert item! Suggested donation is $5.00..

Thank you to everyone who bought tickets and attended the Ms. Summer Serenity Pageant Fundraiser on August 2nd!The show raised $1,650.00 (after expenses), which was donated to the Club. This event is made possible by Shane M., the volunteers and all who put on those heels/makeup to take the stage. By doing so, it's a valuable service to the recovery community.

All meeting fellowship Chairs The most recent financial report for your group is now available. They can be found in the mailboxes in the kitchen or on the Club's website.

Membership helps the Club provide a safe space for recovery. Monthly/Annual dues provide 1/3 of the Club's operating budget. If you would like to help, please click Join/Donate.


The Triangle Club is a non-profit organization serving the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) 12-step recovery community of the Washington DC area. Our mission is to provide a safe and dependable clubhouse space where LGBT people may hold meetings in accordance with the 12 Steps and Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous. We also foster an environment for fellowship, education, spiritual support and social opportunities. We are proud to have been of service to the LGBT recovery community since 1990.

The Triangle Club is an incorporated organization not owned by any 12-step group or collection of 12-step groups that meet at the facility such as Alcoholics Anonymous, Al-Anon Family Groups, Crystal Meth Anonymous (CMA), Debtors Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Co-Dependent's Anonymous, Sex & Love Addicts Anonymous, etc. In accordance with the Sixth Tradition of Alcoholics Anonymous, these organizations do not finance or lend their name to any related facility. We respect and abide by the Guidelines on Clubs published by AA World Services. The Club is also separate from treatment facilities and the Capital Roundup, though; we do at times work in partnership.