Alano Club Provides Support to Community for Years

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alano-club-of-lahainaThe Alano Club of Lahaina, is raising funds and raising awareness to help individuals with addictions.
This small community has been providing this service for 27 years, successfully reaching tens of thousands each year. But the Alano Club needs your support, with substance abuse a prominent social problem in the United States.

According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration 21.7 Million individuals, aged 12 or older needed a substance abuse treatment in 2015.

Alcohol use affects 138.3 million individuals, with more than 17.3 Million individuals being heave alcohol users. Of the 17.3, the National Survey on Drug Use and Health reported 1 out of every 100 people between the ages 12 & 17 were “Heavy Alcohol Users”.

The Alano Club of Lahiana hosts 25 weekly Alcoholics Anonymous meetings and Narcotics our-clubhouse-1Anonymous meetings each year; totaling 1,300. The Club has serves tens of thousands of individuals each year, making support for their campaign to raise awareness and funds crucial. Donations can be made at any time on their website.

The Alano Club of Lahaina is governed by a volunteer, seven director and one alternate director Board of Directors. The club relies soley on voluneers and is appreciative of any assistance. The Alano Club of Lahaina incorporated in 1996, but was established back in 1989, when the founders formed a club near an old crack house.

Peter Francis Geraci and Holly B. Geraci Support The Alano Club of Lahaina. Mrs. Holly Geraci is an advocate for helping individuals suffering from substance abuse

You can Like the Lahaina Club on Facebook by clicking here.

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