We believe that education about alcoholism, recovery, and our curriculum at The Magdalen House is crucial to ending the stigma around alcoholism and helping more alcoholic women and their families get well in the Dallas – Fort Worth community.
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Did you know that:
- Alcoholism is a mental illness?
- One out of every 11 women in the U.S., and one in eight American adults, is estimated to be an alcoholic?
- There are an estimated 251,364 alcoholic women located in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, alone?
- Alcohol is the third leading preventable cause of death in the United States?
- Alcoholism is on the rise, notably so in women?
- There are countless misconceptions about alcoholism, a deadly disease?
Almost all of the women on staff at The Magdalen House are alcoholic women in recovery, and all of whom have been personally helped by programs at The Magdalen House. To say that we are passionate about educating our community on alcoholism and recovery is an understatement.
If you are a local business or nonprofit, community group, professional organization, or simply just have an audience that you would like to educate we’d be happy to discuss education opportunities with you.
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About the Community Outreach Program
BUILDING A THRIVING COMMUNITY OF RECOVERED WOMEN AND THEIR FAMILIES
The Magdalen House Community Outreach Program establishes unilateral and reciprocal partnerships within the community to meet the comprehensive needs of alcoholic women and families that we serve, while allowing us to reach more individuals who want and need our free services. This program not only allows our clients and women in our recovery community to utilize resources that address needs that lie beyond the scope of our services, but it also helps us to improve the quality of services we provide, while engaging with other local organizations to cross-educate one another.
1 IN 11 WOMEN IN THE U.S. IS AN ALCOHOLIC
There are an estimated 251,364 alcoholic women located in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, alone.