Triangle Club: new clubhouse update:


Triangle Club members,
As you likely know, the Triangle Club’s lease for the clubhouse at 2030 P Street is up at the end of 2020, and we will need to secure a new home. The Future Visions committee collected member input on important criteria for a clubhouse, and the Triangle Club Board has been actively engaging a real estate agent for more than a year to identify, assess, and negotiate potential new locations.

We have narrowed it down to 4 options that best meet members’ criteria, can cater to a tenant like the club & our fellowship, and potentially fit our price range. The Board and Future Visions committee would now like to ensure members have the chance to review these options and provide any feedback into the Board’s final decision.

Given our COVID-19 era, the best way to do this is through multi-media Zoom presentations and discussions. Members are encouraged to come to any of the sessions below:

  • Session 1: Friday, July 17 @ 7 pm
  • Session 2: Sunday, July 19 @ 12 pm
  • Session 3: Tuesday, July 21 @ 7 pm

The information to join these sessions can be found at the bottom of the Daily Virtual Meetings page, through the Virtual Meetings tab under Meetings, or through our community’s googlesheet kept on our Facebook groups. If you are a member that cannot attend, please contact operations@triangleclub.org to see what we can do.

Providing input on the new clubhouse location is a privilege that comes with Triangle Club membership. If you know individuals who are not members but want to provide input, they will be able to join on the spot at the Zoom sessions, or anytime at www.triangleclub.org

We look forward to the discussion with you, and to our exciting future ahead!

Yours in unity, recovery, and service

Your Triangle Club Board

About the Triangle Club

The Triangle Club is a non-profit organization proudly serving Washington DC’s LGBT recovery community since 1990. Our mission is to provide a clean, safe, dependable space those struggling with addiction can gather and hold meetings in accordance with the 12-Steps of recovery. Located above Lustre Cleaners, just two blocks west of Dupont Circle, the Triangle Club offers support and fellowship for a variety of addictions. 

The Triangle Club is a welcoming place for everyone, regardless of gender or sexuality. We strive to foster an environment of fellowship, education, spiritual support and social opportunity. Open every single day of the year, and offering multiple meetings throughout the day, we’re here to spread the message that there is hope to those suffering with addiction.


  • Alcoholics Anonymous
  • Al-Anon
  • Crystal Meth Anonymous
  • Co-Dependents Anonymous
  • Narcotics Anonymous
  • Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous
  • Adult Children of Alcoholics
  • Sexual Compulsives Anonymous
  • Procrastinators Anonymous

God grant me the SERENITY to accept the things I cannot change
the COURAGE to change the things I can
and the WISDOM to know the difference