The Triangle Club was founded in Atlanta, Georgia as the 320 Club on May 5, 1968. Subsequently, on October 25, 1990, the corporation’s name was changed to The Atlanta Triangle Club, Inc. The Atlanta Triangle Club serves the Greater Metro Atlanta Area and provides a clean, safe, centrally-located environment in which to conduct 12 Step Recovery meetings, conferences and other recovery gatherings. Triangle provides space for 29 different groups that conduct 74 different meetings each week, from 7:30am to 11:00pm. Triangle Club provides meeting space to AA, Al-Anon, NA, CA, MA, ACA, CODA, and SRA communities.
The Triangle Club is a non-profit organization whose primary purpose is to provide assistance to the Atlanta alcohol and drug recovering community. The basis for this assistance is to furnish a clean, safe facility and environment in which to conduct Alcoholics Anonymous meetings as well as other twelve-step related meetings based on the principles established in Alcoholics Anonymous. Additional support is offered through the Triangle Club by providing literature, organizing recovery events and conducting other twelve step activities. The Triangle Club Inc. is recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as being fully tax exempt from Federal Income Tax under Section 501 (C) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Therefore, all contributions to the club are fully deductible as provided in section 170 of the code.
Triangle Club, Inc. is governed by a volunteer board of directors. This site is provided by the Board of the Atlanta Triangle Club and is intended to be a source of information about recovery at the ATC. This site is neither reviewed nor endorsed by Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc.