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Serenity Club of Alexandria, Inc.

8121-B Richmond Highway - Alexandria, VA 22309

The Serenity Club provides a location in Northern Virginia, near Washington, DC, to disseminate knowledge and information about the disease of alcoholism and associated addictions, and to provide a meeting place for members of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), Al-Anon, Alateen, and the Serenity Club, where Honesty, Sobriety, Recovery, Spirituality and Contentment in Life can be found, both collectively and on an individual basis.

Coronavirus: The Club is open for meetings which have identified a Safety Monitor.  This list (Computer|Smartphone) shows which meetings have identified a Safety Monitor.  THIS LIST CHANGES FREQUENTLY, so check before attending.
Please use our list of virtual meetings to stay in touch during this difficult time. Online meetings may not be everyone's preferred meeting format but many are finding comfort in them. See the latest COVID-19 Club Guidance.

Club Now Open Several Afternoons: The Club is open for drop-in social gathering on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 1:00 PM until 4, and on Tuesday from 2:30 PM (after the women's meeting) until 4. We would like to open on Friday as well, and are seeking a volunteer to sit at the desk. Please email us if you are interested.

Mt Vernon District 11 Picnic, September 25. Info here.

Latest Northern Virginia Intergroup newsletter.

Seeour latest communication (9-COVID-19-X.pdf) for more information on current Club status.

The health and safety of our members and visitors is important.  Please be mindful of your own health and the health of others and follow the CDC's recommendations and the Governor's orders.

Communications from the Board are at Serenity Club Board Announcements.


To provide a meeting location that truly reflects the spirit of AA’s 12 Steps and 12 Traditions and a club that is accountable to its members through open, honest, and timely communication.

Service to the Community:
The Serenity Club is self-supporting through the contributions of its members, supporters, and meeting participants. The Club operates without any federal, state or local government funding.

Special Events:  

  • Check the Special Events page for information on upcoming Club events.

Contributions and Membership Renewals: Visit the Contributions page to contribute or to renew your membership.  If you are not sure of your expiration date, email

Please consider becoming a Serenity Club Sustainer. Regular contributions give the Club a dependable income stream and help ensure it continues to thrive and support the recovery community.

History: The Serenity Club was established as the Wilson Club, later became the Serenity Club, and is now incorporated.

Hours of Operation: From 15 minutes before to 15 minutes after each scheduled meeting. The Club is also open M - F from 1 - 4 PM and Saturday from 1 - 5:30 PM.  Do drop in!

Club Phone Number: (703) 360-1111

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