Rarely have we seen a person fail who has thoroughly followed our path. One Day At A Time. It works if you work it sober.

Hello & Welcome

to the South Suburban Alano Club.


We can house over 40 Twelve (12) step meetings a week. The SSAC is a non-profit organization registered with the State of Illinois and IRS. We are not a recovery house, nor a treatment center. The purpose of the SSAC is to provide a safe drug and alcohol-free environment for our community and make 12 step programs available to them. The goal is to the rehabilitation of alcoholics, drug addicts, and many others working 12 step programs associated with the Club.
We provide a safe place for those who still suffer from Alcoholism and Drug additions so individuals and families can find a common solution to their Alcohol and/or Drug problem. The programs we support are Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), Al-Anon, Codependents Anonymous (CoDA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) and others if approved by the Board. This website contains more information that we hope you find useful in getting to know what we’re about and the services we provide.

Rule #62 Relief – Membership Discount

From now until July 10th, SSAC Club Membership will be discounted at $20 /6 months and $40 /1-Year.

Fill out an application on our membership page and drop off application and fee at the SSAC Club Office Dropbox.

Become a SSAC Club Member

By joining the SSAC , you are an integral part of providing a safe place for those in recovery.

Bill W. & Dr. Bob

Bill W. & Dr. Bob

A.A. Founders

"It must never be forgotten that the purpose of Alcoholics Anonymous is to sober up alcoholics. There is no religious or spiritual requirement for membership. No demands are made on anyone. An experience is offered which members may accept or reject. That is up to them."

- Bill W.

Step 1:

We admitted we were powerless over alcohol—that our lives had become unmanageable.

SSAC Mission Statement:

The South Suburban ALANO Club activities are designed for the support of rehabilitation of individuals suffering from alcoholism and other addictions, including their family members, through the program of Alcoholics Anonymous and other formally recognized “12 Step Programs”, by providing and maintaining safe and comfortable meeting facilities for such individuals and programs.

“Faith has to work twenty-four

hours a day in and through us,

or we perish.

Keep coming back, it works

if you work it sober.

Bill W.

Co-founder of A.A.

South Suburban Alano Club
2029 Hillview Drive
Chicago Heights, IL 60411



SSAC Board Meetings
2nd Sunday of the month 10:30 a.m.