Chemical-free meeting place for recovering people

Our mission is to promote the spiritual, physical & mental health of people in recovery from addiction to alcohol, heroin, and other substances, and to provide a safe place for those who acknowledge that staying substance-free is of primary importance.

About the Triangle Club

Peer-driven recovery support groups since 1984. Forty-four 12-Step Recovery meetings weekly—7 days a week, 365 days per year. First in New Hampshire to hold Heroin Anonymous meetings, now held 7 days a week. A 501(c)(3) with a large volunteer network and support staff available 7 days a week. Connect with us on Facebook

How to Support Us

Help us continue to support those who need help with their addictions. By donating you are helping over 200 people every day, to have a safe place to be. For more information on how to support us contact Sandra Jalbert.

We have meetings daily. Join us!


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We’re Located At
120 Broadway
Dover, NH 03821

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“I was at my lowest when I went to the Triangle Club for the first time. I was out of choices and needed help. It was the last place I wanted to go, but it saved my life by giving me hope, support, spirituality and a safe place to go when I was desperate to stay sober.”

— Sara M, working mother of four

“I thought I was going to die alone. I didn’t have anything else to lose so I came to the Triangle Club. The people here helped me to eat, clean up and be accountable. If I hadn’t stopped using I’d be dead like some of my friends. I cherish my freedom now. I got my first apartment and I’m using the computer here to find a job. This place is my home, it’s everything to me.”

— Corey B, 29 years old


It is with heavy hearts that we must follow state and federal guidelines and close the doors of the Triangle Club to protect our staff, our patrons, and our greater community.

Please follow us on our Facebook page for updates over the next few weeks.

Stay safe!

Our Supporters

Our supporters believe that addiction is a disease and not a moral failing, and that helping just one person to get sober leads to that person helping another. They know that the Triangle Club is critical to this effort.

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