The 24 Hour Club


The initial idea for The 24 Hour Club originated with Chuck Engelhardt, the director of the Ozaukee Council on Alcoholism. It was formally started by Norm Hollander in August of 1968. In 1977 The 24 Hour Foundation was incorporated as as separate entity to manage the facility for The 24 Hour Club, as it was not part of Alcoholics Anonymous, and made it possible to obtain funding from outside sources without going against the 7th Tradition of AA,

The 24 Hour Club's meeting location has moved several times since its founding. It was originally located on N River Road in Thiensville, WI, just north of its current location, until 1978. It then moved to 10529 N River Road, Mequon, WI until 1989. In 1990 the club moved to 153 Green Bay Rd, Thiensville, WI, where it resides today.

A meeting place for men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other, that they may solve their common problems and help others to recover. There are no dues or fees for participation.