The Fort Bend Club

The Fort Bend Club The Fort Bend Club is a non profit business that provides help and assistance to families/people affected by the disease of addiction and/or alcoholism.

The Fort Bend Club offers many events, fundraisers, holiday celebrations, parties, and community building opportunities. For newcomers, attending these Fort Bend Club sponsored events, they start to become “a part of” instead of “a part from” and lifelong friendship starts to happen. They (we) are no longer all alone.

Mission: The mission of the Fort Bend Club is to provide a recovery focused facility for people and families who have been affected by the disease of alcoholism and addiction.

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Hey yall, just wanted to let you know....fbc is having meetings inside with social distancing....masks and gloves provided if you want them😊AA mtg times are m-s noon and 7pm and sun 11am and 8pm 😊


Fort Bend County has imposed a stay at home order beginning at midnight, but you can still make a meeting on the Zoom App. We have a completely secret Facebook group where links are posted. We have all noon meetings covered, so, noon meetings will host on. We are working on filling other meeting times. If you want to join a zoom meeting and join the private Facebook group, comment, and we will get you added.


There will be zoom meetings on line there will also be someone at the Fort bend club at regular meeting times OUTSIDE should you need to meet with someone in person thank you and God bless.


Due to the Govenor's executive order, the Fort Bend Club will not be having face to face meetings right now. However, we are setting up a Zoom account so we can still have meetings online with one another. We also are setting up a PayPal account for basket donation, dues and other donations. A link to Zoom and PayPal will be posted soon. If you want an invite to the meetings, text myself, Margaret @ 281-763-9745 or Wendy @ 832-600-0712. If you have any questions, leave a message or text us. We will continue to follow this on the news and revisit this in a couple of weeks, or sooner if anything changes. Thank you!


Don't forget...there's an awesome women's meeting tonight in the small room. Come join us!


Thank you to everyone that came out for our annual Christmas Party. We had fun, fellowship and plenty of food!


The Fort Bend Club is having their Christmas Party Friday, December 20, 2019 after the 7 p.m. meeting. White Elephant gift exchange (not required) to attend. If you do want to participate bring a gift between $15 - $20. There will also be an ugly sweater contest with a prize, Christmas music and photo booth. Bring a finger food to share. It was great fun last year. Come join us this year! If you have questions, see Margaret or Michelle. 🎅🤶🎄🍭🎁⛄☃️


Come Join us for A Thanksgiving Feast! We will eat around 2ish.


The Fort Bend Club will be open all day Thanksgivig We will have Turkey Ham and all the fixings around 2 "ish" everyone welcome!


The women's SIS group meets tonight in the small room at 7. Whatever "A" you are or 12 step program, you are welcome to come. Join us and get to know some great ladies!


The hospitality is getting ready for the holidays. Michelle and Clint will be doing Thanksgiving at The Club again this year. Food will be provided, but your are welcome to donate a ham, turkey or get with Michelle N. if you have any questions.
Our club Christmas Party will be held December 20, 2019 after the 7 P.M. meeting. More details will be coming in the near future. I will keep you updated. If you would like to help on the hospitality committee, see Margaret M. or Michelle N. Being on the hospitality committee is a good way to give back and do some service work and have fun doing it!


Congratulations to the new FBC Board. Officers are Patti B. - President, Michelle N. - Vice President, Margaret M.- Secretary, Wendy E. - Treasurer, Peggy A., Sheila ., Tammy J. And Cathy B. Consider becoming a dues paying member. $10 per month or $100 per year. See any board member if you are interested or have questions!


The SIS Group (Sisters In Sobriety) meets tonight at 7 p.m. Come share your experience, strength and hope with other women. See you there! Women supporting women! #recovery #SIS


Did Ya Know??
The Fort Bend Club has a woman's meeting tonight at 7 p.m. as well as an open discussion meeting?


It has come to our attention that there is no meeting listed for Saturday evenings at 7pm with intergroup directory and many apps. To be clear** We have an OPEN MEETING SATURDAYS at 7:00 PM😀at The Fort Bend Club we apologize for any confusion and will have it corrected in the directory asap😊


A huge shout out to everyone who volunteered and/or participated in putting togeather our 40th anniversary and fundraiser!!!! It is alot of work and your time and commitment helps to insure the doors of The Fort Bend Club will be open for the alcoholic/addict that needs it! Our final numbers are not in yet but we raised approximately $2200.00!!!!! Thank you for all your hard work and donations of food money ect!!!!! We couldn't do it without you!!!!!!


Fbc is having a Valentine's faces tonight at 8 pm come join the fun.


The fort bend club is open and will remain open until around 1am. If you need a safe sober place to be this new year's Eve. Chili is on:) yummy


Ice cream social tonight till 10. Fun food and fellowship. Free. We have hot dogs nachos and ice cream with 20 different toppings. 😊

The Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions

The Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions

"By now the newcomer has probably arrived at the following conclusions: that his character defects, representing instincts gone astray, have been the primary cause of his drinking and his failure at life; that unless he is now willing to work hard at the elimination of the worst of these defects, both sobriety and peace of mind will still elude him; that all the faulty foundation of his life will have to be torn out and built anew on bedrock. Now willing to commence the search for his own defects, he will ask, “Just how do I go about this? How do I take inventory of myself?” Since Step Four is but the beginning of a lifetime practice, it can be suggested that he first have a look at those personal flaws which are acutely troublesome and fairly obvious." Step 4 pg 50.



Keep the past in the rearview!


What we see in others is only a reflection of what is within ourselves. When we come to understand that living today means turning to the Source of Light, then our reflection will be a beautiful one of kindness and love.
What does my reflection look like? Lord, allow me to reflect the true nature of Your Divine Love. Today I will reflect kindness and love


In working our spiritual program we come to realize that happiness and contentment are to be found inside ourselves. We gradually become aware of our achievement and the beginning of gratitude slowly sets in. Little by little, the peace, pleasure and happiness within grow, and then we are able to reach out and say “Hey life, here I am!” Am I full of inner peace and happiness?
Lord, I pray I may always remember that peace and happiness come from You, and may I be grateful for it.


When we choose not to escape reality, we are refusing to choose death. We are challenging life to be interesting, to be worthwhile, to be more than it ever was before.

We are finally able to give life an honest try and become vulnerable. Will the program really work? Am I taking too big a risk? Does God really love me? It is only through taking this risk of being vulnerable that our life will ever "open up."


There is more to praying than kneeling at night and folding our hands. Thoughts of love and creation are prayers. Feelings of gratitude are prayers. Prayers can be seen in a kindly smile, a friendly gesture or even in a negative movement not made.

Bursts of joy surging through our bodies are prayers. Caring for and comforting a child is a form of prayer in God’s eyes. There are many times when whatever the position of our bodies, our soul is on its knees.


"God is Love.” It is in these three words that all can be realized. It is through love that our life can be perfected. If we really loved ourselves, would we abuse our minds with hate?
Lord I pray that I may know the Love that passes all understanding, which is found in the consciousness of You.


Sometimes, we often expect so much so fast that we soon become nervous wrecks. Expecting answers for tomorrow’s or next week’s problems is not living today. If we have a problem today, let us offer it to God for an answer.

However, if we are demanding an answer today for next week’s problem, we should retake our third step prayer and not fret over the future.


Birthday night! Join us as we celebrate milestones in our friends' lives. AND free cake and ice cream!


Father, I pray that I may meet each day with patience, and an opportunity to grow closer to You.


Do you find yourself asking this questions: “why do these things always happen to me?”
If so then then we may put ourselves in the position to have them happen. We are largely unconscious of our motives until, one by one; we uncover and see beneath them.
It seems incredible to believe that we actually seek to be hurt, but many of us do, with regularity. It’s a selfish program; we desire to be free of resentment and anger because of the peace it brings us.
Ask yourself: am I completely rid of anger and resentments?

Lord, let me be willing to turn the other cheek, knowing that anger and resentment will only hurt me in the end.


“Easy does it.” Pushing does not help us; it causes more pressure within us. Many of us lived with the philosophy of: “if it doesn’t work, get a bigger hammer.” We are given the opportunities, if we will only wait for the opportunity.

It is sometimes better to overcome our difficulty in a two steps forward and one step backward fashion, than to blow up in the middle of our effort and leave it all behind. We are never given more than we can handle one day at a time. Have you learned to take it easy?

Need a fun sober New Years Eve bash to go to? Join us at the Fort Bend Club where Cornerstone Recovery is throwing one a...

Need a fun sober New Years Eve bash to go to? Join us at the Fort Bend Club where Cornerstone Recovery is throwing one awesome New Years Eve Bash! $10 door charge, free food, live DJ, candlelight meetings and great fellowship! Click Here to view the flyer

Chili makin' at its finest!

Chili makin' at its finest!

What are you doing Saturday? Join us for some good Chili Eating and you might even win some prizes! 4:30 pm $5 for all y...

What are you doing Saturday? Join us for some good Chili Eating and you might even win some prizes! 4:30 pm $5 for all you can eat chili, Speaker at 6:00 pm and FREE Childcare! Raffle drawing at 7:00 pm


4203 Avenue H Ste 11
Rosenberg, TX

General information

The Fort Bend Club is a 501 c(3) non-profit organization that relies heavily on our members for volunteer work and support (both financially and service related). The Fort Bend Club is NOT affiliated with AA/NA/Alanon or any other 12-step program. The Fort Bend Club strives to provide a safe, clean, welcoming environment for people and families to find help and solutions. Please Note: The Fort Bend Club is a membership based organization with annual and/or monthly dues. Please do not confuse this with any of the meetings held here at the Fort Bend Club. Those meetings do NOT require any dues or fees to join, and are SEPERATE FROM the Fort Bend Club. Please always remember you are free to attend any meeting regardless of whether or not you are a Fort Bend Club member.

Opening Hours

Monday 12:00 - 20:00
Tuesday 12:00 - 20:00
Wednesday 12:00 - 20:00
Thursday 12:00 - 20:00
Friday 12:00 - 20:00
Saturday 12:00 - 20:00
Sunday 11:00 - 21:00


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