About The BoMar Club Inc.
The BoMar Club Inc. is a 501(c)(3) Non Profit Public Benefit Coroportation. The Corporation was formed in July 2007 to provide space for 12 step recovery program groups to meet and provide drug and alcohol free activities for the community. In December 2010, the BoMar Club was able to purchase the property where the clubhouse is located. Groups holding scheduled meetings at the clubhouse include Alcoholics Anonymous,Narcotics Anonymous, There are meetings scheduled every day of the week. Groups pay rent for their meeting room space. Additionally, the club rents space out for family get togethers, dinners, birthday partys, baby showers, etc. as space is available.
We lend a helping hand
The Drop-In Center sponsors community events open to the public including annual Easter Egg Hunts, Spring and Fall Festivals, hot dog sales, holiday events.
Call the clubhouse to find out how to become a BoMar Club member or sponsor a member. Donations to the BoMar Club, Inc. are tax-deductible; these donations help offset operational costs and facility expenses not covered by rent, dues, and membership fees. (304)372-3722
The Serenity Prayer
God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change; the courage to change the things I can; and the wisdom to know the difference. Amen
If you decide that you want help and you need help changing your life, come to a meeting, get a meeting schedule, get a sponsor; get a phone list and keep coming back. It took a long time to get the way we are, and it will take time to get back to the way we want to be.
Memberships are 10.00 a year Become a member to help support us or sponsor a membership for someone in Recovery.
Thanks to everyone who have helped with our fundraisers. The business community has been so helpful to us, donating money and items to us. Thanks to Shoneys, Bob Evans, Jackson
The BoMar Club is an advocate for those in need of recovery from any Substance abuse, Addictive Diseases, or co-occurring mental health disorders.
A continuum of 12 step programs and peer-supported groups will foster individual progress and community involvement, enriching lives holistically to include: Mind, Body and Spirit.
Today is the beginning of the rest of your life. Our life is a journey of searching, stumbling, becoming stuck, overcoming obstacles, mastering ourselves and our world, and growing beyond our self-imposed limits. We all seek ways to expand our lives through maintaining our emotional well-being, creating a life rich with purpose, and empowering ourselves to live life on our terms. We all are seeking to create in our life an atmosphere of control–that we are the captains of our ship. We long to develop a feeling of accomplishment and achievement in our lives.
Join us in our recovery education groups and 12 step meetings here at the Drop-In Center and we can all get a better understanding of ourselves and learn how to live without mood altering substances.
(One Day At A Time)
Listen to internal dialogue. Divide one or more sheets of paper into two columns and, for a few days, jot down in the left column all the negative thoughts that come into your head. Rewrite each thought in a positive way in the second column. Practice doing this in your mind until it becomes a habit. (For example, “I’ll never get this finished by the end of the day!” could become, “I will probably get most of this finished by the end of the day.”)
A positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it will annoy enough people to make it worth the effort.
Happiness is an attitude. We either make ourselves miserable, or happy and strong. The amount of work is the same.
The only disability in life is a bad attitude.
The only difference between a good day and a bad day is your attitude.