​​​​​​Together we can do what we could never do alone.

Becoming a member of Serenity House of Buford, Inc. (SHOBI) gives you an opportunity to play a vital role in our continuing effort to keep the doors of recovery open and uphold our mission statement.

Members in good standing are able to vote on the conduct of clubhouse affairs. Without supporting members, our organization could not support this clubhouse.

By joining, you get to participate on the ground level of giving back what has so freely been given to you. 

*Membership dues are as follows: 



*​If you are viewing this on a mobile device, monthly is the lighter peach option and yearly is darker orange option.

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​​​Put simply, Serenity House of Buford, Inc. (SHOBI) works to provide to AA and Al-Anon groups what they cannot provide themselves.

Most meetings are held in churches, hospitals, treatment centers, and the like. Under long-standing traditions, individual groups cannot own buildings or meeting halls. This allows them to avoid the problems and controversies that too often arise from property ownership.

Clubhouses, such as ours, are formed because many members want to have their "own space" to meet, enjoy between-meeting fellowship and hold celebrations. As previously stated, an AA or Al-Anon group cannot provide itself such facilities, but a separate club can.

The groups pay rent to SHOBI, covering a portion of the cost of clubhouse operations. In a way, SHOBI is the "landlord" and the groups we support are the "tenants", although their relationship far exceeds this example. SHOBI focuses on materials needs, freeing the groups and their members to concentrate solely on their primary purpose: recovery from alcoholism (or, in the case of Al-Anon, recovery from the effects of alcoholism).

​​​Serenity House of Buford

4297 Buford Drive NE Suite 1-D

Buford GA 30518

Located behind Taco Bell