Last Stop

at 2440 Kensington Ave, Philadelphia, 19125 United States

Recovery Clubhouse, Operated by Eddie Z.

Last Stop
2440 Kensington Ave
Philadelphia , PA 19125
United States
Contact Phone
P: (215) 634-3564


Daily Meetings 10am, Noon, 6pm, and 8pm. Midnights also on Friday and Saturday. Occasional holiday gatherings for the entire community. Small group meetings in the back. Friday night is Pizza & a Movie. Saturday night is Chi-chi Night. ALSO: Check out the Stop's Camden Location. 215 S. 5th Street, Camden, NJ 08103 The phone number there is: (856) 756-0256

How To Get to Last Stop

3 Bus, the El (Huntington, or York/Dauphin Exits).


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Published Bruce Kern on 2016-05-14 17:47:28 GMT

May 14 Daily Reflections IT'S OKAY TO BE ME Time after time newcomers have tried to keep to themselves certain facts about their lives. . . . they have turned to easier methods. . . . But they had not learned enough humility. . . . ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, pp. 72-73 Humility sounds so much like humiliation, but it really is the ability to look at myself -- and honestly accept what I find. I no longer need to be the "smartest" or "dumbest" or any other "est." Finally, it is okay to be me. It is easier for me to accept myself if I share my whole life. If I cannot share in meetings, then I had better have a sponsor -- someone with whom I can share those "certain facts" that could lead me back to a drunk, to death. I need to take all the Steps. I need the Fifth Step to learn true humility. Easier methods do not work.

Published Last Stop on 2016-05-14 10:06:31 GMT

May 13 Daily Reflections THE EASIER, SOFTER WAY If we skip this vital step, we may not overcome drinking. Alcoholics Anonymous, p. 72 I certainly didn't leap at the opportunity to face who I was, especially when the pains of my drinking days hung over me like a dark cloud. But I soon heard at the meetings about the fellow member who just didn't want to take Step Five and kept coming back to meetings, trembling from the horrors of reliving his past. The easier, softer way is to take these Steps to freedom from our fatal disease, and to put our faith in the Fellowship and our Higher Power.

Published Last Stop on 2016-05-13 09:33:28 GMT

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Published Last Stop on 2016-05-12 10:18:06 GMT

May 12 Daily Reflections THE PAST IS OVER A.A. experience has taught us we cannot live alone with our pressing problems and the character defects which cause or aggravate them. If . . . Step Four . . . has revealed in stark relief those experiences we'd rather not remember . . . then the need to quit living by ourselves with those tormenting ghosts of yesterday gets more urgent than ever. We have to talk to somebody about them. TWELVE STEPS AND TWELVE TRADITIONS, p. 55 Whatever is done is over. It cannot be changed. But my attitude about it can be changed through talking with those who have gone before and with sponsors. I can wish the past never was, but if I change my actions in regard to what I have done, my attitude will change. I won't have to wish the past away. I can change my feelings and attitudes, but only through my actions and the help of my fellow alcoholics.

Published Last Stop on 2016-05-12 10:02:59 GMT

Published Last Stop on 2016-05-11 10:00:15 GMT

SO God saw fit for it to rain inside the office above the computer causing it to be a metal box of nothingness. Luckily the hard drive is ok. If anyone is able to part with or knows a good deal on a newer desktop, please call Chris M 267-444-2780.

Published Last Stop on 2016-05-10 15:24:35 GMT

Save the date. Usually the best event of the year...

Published Last Stop on 2016-05-10 14:27:01 GMT

For the June camping trip. Fairly short. Bunch of commitments open & your first chance at registering. Hook it up & get in & out. Come on out.

Published Last Stop on 2016-05-10 10:13:35 GMT

May 9 Daily Reflections WALKING THROUGH FEAR If we still cling to something we will not let go, we ask God to help us be willing. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, p. 76 When I had taken my Fifth Step, I became aware that all my defects of character stemmed from my need to feel secure and loved. To use my will alone to work on them would have been trying obsessively to solve the problem. In the Sixth Step I intensified the action I had taken in the first three Steps -- meditating on the Step by saying it over and over, going to meetings, following my sponsor's suggestions, reading and searching within myself. During the first three years of sobriety I had a fear of entering an elevator alone. One day I decided I must walk through this fear. I asked for God's help, entered the elevator, and there in the corner was a lady crying. She said that since her husband had died she was deathly afraid of elevators. I forgot my fear and comforted her. This spiritual experience helped me to see how willingness was the key to working the rest of the Twelve Steps to recovery. God helps those who help themselves.

Published Last Stop on 2016-05-09 09:34:29 GMT

Happy Mothers' Day

Published Last Stop on 2016-05-08 19:47:54 GMT

So Honored & Pleased to see Mr Eddy Z & the crew he brings. THANK YOU FOR BRINGING ALL YOUR EXPERIENCE STRENGTH & HOPE with you to Doylestown. Thank You for helping me stay sober another day.... But for the Grace of God In photo Mr Money Bill Lee Mr Z

Published Eric Treanor on 2016-05-07 17:12:33 GMT

Camping Trip planning, next Tuesday evening...

Published Last Stop on 2016-05-05 01:12:03 GMT

Hi. Can you please share this post?? Thanks! Saturday anniversary meetings: Noon: Steve O'C, 6 years 8 pm: Emily P, 1 YEAR!!

Published Karla Fahnestock on 2016-04-29 00:41:02 GMT

Happy Thursday, Visitation Family! One of Visitation's Neighbors, the Last Stop, is asking for our help. The Last Stop is a recovery clubhouse who have helped thousands recover from the disease of addiction. They have been a wonderful neighbor and friend to Visitation in countless ways. Recently, the Stop had a surge of new arrivals and they are in need of the following donations: • Clean blankets • Clean wash rags • Clean towels Fr. Tom will be collecting donations of the above items until next Friday, May 6th. You can bring donations to the church or to the parish office at the Community Center at Visitation.

Published Visitation BVM on 2016-04-28 23:17:23 GMT

Hello everyone. The Last Stop can use some help. We recently had a huge arrival of newcomers and could use a few donations. If you have any spare clean blankets, towels, and washrags, we sure could use them. Please get in touch with Chris M. to organize it, 267-444-2780. Many thanks to all.

Published Last Stop on 2016-04-28 18:38:05 GMT

April 28 Daily Reflections TWO "MAGNIFICENT STANDARDS" All A.A. progress can be reckoned in terms of just two words: humility and responsibility. Our whole spiritual development can be accurately measured by our degree of adherence to these magnificent standards. AS BILL SEES IT, p. 271 To acknowledge and respect the views, accomplishments and prerogatives of others and to accept being wrong shows me the way of humility. To practice the principles of A.A. in all my affairs guides me to be responsible. Honoring these precepts gives credence to Tradition Four--and to all other Traditions of the Fellowship. Alcoholics Anonymous has evolved a philosophy of life full of valid motivations, rich in highly relevant principles and ethical values, a view of life which can be extended beyond the confines of the alcoholic population. To honor these precepts I need only to pray, and care for my fellow man as if each one were my brother.

Published Last Stop on 2016-04-28 11:08:14 GMT

April 27 Daily Reflections JOYFUL DISCOVERIES We realize we know only a little. God will constantly disclose more to you and to us. Ask Him in your morning meditation what you can do each day for the man who is still sick. The answers will come, if your own house is in order. But obviously you cannot transmit something you haven't got. See to it that your relationship with Him is right, and great events will come to pass for you and countless others. This is the Great Fact for us. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, p. 164 Sobriety is a journey of joyful discovery. Each day brings new experience, awareness, greater hope, deeper faith, broader tolerance. I must maintain these attributes or I will have nothing to pass on. Great events for this recovering alcoholic are the normal everyday joys found in being able to live another day in God's grace.

Published Last Stop on 2016-04-27 11:19:40 GMT

Good to know- "There are many myths about who has lost the right to vote. Here are the facts. Under Pennsylvania law, people with a criminal record who have been released from prison, or who will be freed by the time of the election, are eligible to vote. This is true even if they are on parole or probation. Only those people who are incarcerated on a felony conviction are not allowed to vote. Voting rights are automatically restored upon release from prison."

Published Last Stop on 2016-04-26 11:23:49 GMT

April 26 Daily Reflections HAPPINESS IS NOT THE POINT I don't think happiness or unhappiness is the point. How do we meet the problems we face? How do we best learn from them and transmit what we have learned to others, if they would receive the knowledge? AS BILL SEES IT, p. 306 In my search "to be happy," I changed jobs, married and divorced, took geographical cures, and ran myself into debt--financially, emotionally and spiritually. In A.A., I'm learning to grow up. Instead of demanding that people, places and things make me happy, I can ask God for self-acceptance. When a problem overwhelms me, A.A.'s Twelve Steps will help me grow through the pain. The knowledge I gain can be a gift to others who suffer with the same problem. As Bill said, "When pain comes, we are expected to learn from it willingly, and help others to learn. When happiness comes, we accept it as a gift, and thank God for it." (As Bill Sees It, p. 306)

Published Last Stop on 2016-04-26 11:16:26 GMT

April 21 Daily Reflections CULTIVATING FAITH "I don't think we can do anything very well in this world unless we practice it. And I don't believe we do A.A. too well unless we practice it. . . . We should practice . . . acquiring the spirit of service. We should attempt to acquire some faith, which isn't easily done, especially for the person who has always been very materialistic, following the standards of society today. But I think faith can be acquired; it can be acquired slowly; it has to be cultivated. That was not easy for me, and I assume that it is difficult for everyone else . . . . " DR. BOB AND THE GOOD OLDTIMERS, pp. 307-08 Fear is often the force that prevents me from acquiring and cultivating the power of faith. Fear blocks my appreciation of beauty, tolerance, forgiveness, service, and serenity.

Published Last Stop on 2016-04-21 00:04:27 GMT

April 20 Daily Reflections SELF-EXAMINATION . . . we ask God to direct our thinking, especially asking that it be divorced from self-pity, dishonest or self-seeking motives. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS, p. 86 When said sincerely, this prayer teaches me to be truly unselfish and humble, for even in doing good deeds I often used to seek approval and glory for myself. By examining my motives in all that I do, I can be of service to God and others, helping them do what they want to do. When I put God in charge of my thinking, much needless worry is eliminated and I believe He guides me throughout the day. When I eliminate thoughts of self-pity, dishonesty and self-centeredness as soon as they enter my mind, I find peace with God, my neighbor and myself.

Published Last Stop on 2016-04-20 10:21:45 GMT

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Published Last Stop on 2016-04-19 14:32:28 GMT

Published Last Stop on 2016-04-18 19:16:41 GMT