A Club with History


For more than thirty years the Last House on the Block has been providing sanctuary to both locals and visitors. Beyond the daily meetings, we are a supportive ohana (family) where all are welcome.

humble beginnings


The Alano Club of Lahaina was established in 1989 when the founders formed the Club in an empty house at the corner of Dickenson and Luakini Streets that was once used as a crack house.

In 1991, the Club moved into and rented the current property. Our Clubhouse was once the home of Lahaina’s Sheriff and much of the original building remains intact. Later, new owners turned the house into the LeBretagne Restaurant, which it remained until converted in 1991 into today’s Alano Club.

In 1994, the then Board of Directors incorporated the Alano Club as a non profit, 501(c)(3) public benet corporation.

In 1997, the Alano Club was offered the opportunity to purchase the Clubhouse it had been renting. Since then, it has been in continued use by the Maui Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous communites and Alanon as its permanent meeting facility.

In an ideal, beautiful and serene setting and truly infused with the Aloha Spirit, the Alano Club now hosts more than 25 meetings weekly Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings serving tens of thousands of meeting participants each year.

With the simple mission of providing a safe, clean and sober environment for fellowship and recovery, the Alano Club of Lahaina, Inc. welcomes all Maui residents and visitors to our home!

We look forward to meeting you!

"The Alano Club and AA in general is my home away from home and a large part of my inspiration and spiritual development, pushed forward by like minded souls, many of which have become like family, all in a safe, clean, and beautiful setting. I have been going there since day one after leaving rehab and feel truly blessed to now secretary a meeting there and help propagate the health and welfare and growth of many beautiful souls whom honestly wish to better themselves and stay sober. Even if I only inspire a few or even help just one person change for the better, my mission is accomplished and the cycle of helping one another continues in a truly beautiful, wonderful way. I am humbled and very grateful to be a part of this ongoing process of development."


"I like to slide in safe to home plate at the Alano Club of Lahaina."