Help us celebrate our 52nd Birthday by giving the gift of sobriety!
Our program costs $3,900 per day to operate and the Resident Service Fees only cover 40% of that amount. We rely on our supporters like YOU to help us continue to provide for our residents and community members who so desperately need our help.
52 years ago, Lee Tillman founded Dallas 24 Hour Club as a place opened 24 hours per day for individuals sufffering from alcoholism and drug addiction who were seeking help. The story goes....one night about midnight in June 1969, Lee was 12-Stepping a man when the building was getting ready to close. Lee tried to explain that he couldn't leave this man he was trying to help. Words were exchange and Lee and this man were forced to leave before finishing their conversation. This incident had such an effect on Lee that he came up with the idea for Dallas 24 Hour Club. A few weeks later, he opened the club. Over the past 52 years, Dallas 24 Hour Club has grown to include our facility on Ross Avenue with 75 beds and our Tillman House facility with 42 beds. Each year we help over 500 people get off the streets, find employment, get back in touch with their families and embrace recovery.
"You guys are doing what we dreamed of." - Lee Tillman