San Marco Club, Jacksonville FL

***San Marco Club is open at 50% capacity with social distancing in effect, following the directions of State and Local COVID-19 Phase 2 reopening. In accordance with the mandate from the City of Jacksonville, until further notice FACE MASKS MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES AT THE SAN MARCO CLUB. This includes inside and outside the Club facility.***

Walking hand and hand down the road of happy destiny with Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon, The San Marco Club has provided a place for fellowship and meetings for over 59 years.

A Social Club,  A Cafe',  A Refuge,  A Place of Learning and Growing,  A Place to Change and Shed Old Habits,  A Place to Make New Friends.       

The San Marco Club is a neighborhood anchor in a sea of temptation for people struggling to turn their lives around. The San Marco Club of Jacksonville Fl. has 156 12-step meetings a month attended by many people from diverse backgrounds . Every day people living on the edge start the long journey back to responsible citizenship.

 A Community Asset since 1953

The San Marco Club is self supporting while providing the community with an important source of stability, for both the neighborhood and for the members who are trying to turn their lives around.

In the current era of shrinking social service resources, The San Marco Club is a dependable asset for the local judicial system at virtually no cost to the City. 12-Step programs like Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon provide family support to the alcoholic and their families and additional stability to the community. Your support for The San Marco Club will provide hard-working dollars for a better Jacksonville.


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