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Support Group

Explore Pete’s Place

A Bit of Background

Pete’s Place operates out of the Alano Club of Regina with one central mission in mind: to create a helping community for people in recovery. 


We are a not-for-profit, community-based organization named after Pete K who was one of the founding members of the Eureka Club which was subsequently renamed the Alano Club of Regina.

At Pete’s Place we offer support to people at various stages of recovery by helping them access other community-based programs and services. Come check us out!


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Resource Centre

The resource centre provides a comprehensive list of community-based resources to enhance your recovery. We’re there to help you navigate. Use our chat feature to set up a time to talk with someone or send us an email.

We are looking for gently used recovery-related literature for donation to our lending library.  Send us a note to arrange drop off or pick up below.

Learning Events

Pete’s Place will host a variety of learning events in the meeting room at the Club.

Stay tuned to this site for information our Learning Series.  Starting in 2024, we'll be establishing weekly series on Spirituality, Wellness, Mental Health, and Financial Literacy.  All events will be available on our website and the Alano Club Facebook page.

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Network with Others

The Women's Recovery Network meets periodically to plan events.  Generally , one event is scheduled per month and they have a very active Facebook page - Women's Recovery Network YQR.  Let us know if you'd like to be notified of upcoming events by text or email.     


The Youth Recovery Network is looking to expand it's membership.  Contact us if you are interested in joining.  


For more information about meetings, events or how you can become a part of these networks, send us an email or connect through chat.


Have a special skillset you enjoy using? Have a passion for building community? Join us! There are lots of ways to get involved.

We are always looking for your ideas about how to bring life into the club.  Drop us a line with your suggestions.  We are currently recruiting Indigenous people to join our Indigenous Advisory Committee.  Please email us with your interest in joining this committee.

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Special Events

We host a number of events throughout the year to encourage fellowship and support fun in recovery.  To find out what we're up to, join us on Facebook.

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Helpful Links

Alcoholics Anonymous or  Meetings Archive - Area 91 (

Narcotics Anonymous

Gamblers Anonymous

NarAnon Find a Meeting — Nar-Anon Family Groups


Smart Recovery

Mental Health & Addictions





Thought Provoking Articles and Videos

Dr. Gabor Mate Link Addiction to Trauma Video

Dr. Kevin McCauley Neuroscience of Addiction

A Bit of Local AA History

             Excerpt from “Saskatchewan AA Legacy”                               A Related Anonymity Debate


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