HISTORY OF DALLAS 24 HOUR CLUB
Dallas 24 Hour Club was founded in 1969 by Lee Tillman to have a place open 24 hours per day for individuals suffering from alcoholism and drug addiction who were seeking help. Over the next 50 years, Dallas 24 Hour Club grew to offer housing, the first with 6 beds for homeless men only, to our current facility, which has 75 beds, services for both men and women, and hosts (37) 12-Step Recovery Meetings each week. We are available for the suffering alcoholic or drug addict 24 hours each day, 365 days each year, thus the name Dallas 24 Hour Club.
Provide shelter and housing for up to six months per stay for recovering alcoholics and drug addicts at a minimal cost.
Act as a liaison between our residents in need and service agencies that might fulfill those needs.
Provide a place for 12-Step recovery groups to hold meetings.
Provide a venue for 12-Step fellowships to assist others in achieving sobriety.
Provide an environment to make those who want recovery or want to support recovery welcome.
The public is welcome to attend recovery meetings, provide service to our residents and enjoy our full-service on-site restaurant,
The Hubcap Cafe. Information on recovery, Ross Avenue recovery meetings, and our services are available upon request.