Our Family Support Group serves as a community for friends, loved ones, and family members of alcoholics to learn about alcoholism, understand how to support an alcoholic, and experience an improved quality of life, regardless of the alcoholic’s recovery.

Virtual Meetings

We invite you to join us! All meetings are in Central Time.

Weekly Support Groups
Wednesdays at 6:30 pm and Thursdays at 12:00 pm

We meet for one hour to help family members, loved ones, and friends to better understand their loved ones’ disease of alcoholism, provide support, and answer any questions.

Monthly Speaker
Second Thursday at 6:30 pm

Each month, a speaker shares their personal journey of finding hope and healing as the loved one of an alcoholic. From learning about the disease of alcoholism to practicing 12-Step spiritual principles, and more.

Join Via Zoom

The link will prompt you to register, giving you access to all of our Family Support meetings and direct you to download the free app if you don’t already have it.

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Prefer to dial-in via mobile phone or landline?
Call +1 346 248 7799 and use Meeting ID: 659 313 946

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Resources

In addition to attending a Family Support Group meeting, we encourage you to start learning about the disease of alcoholism, and reach out to connect with us – whether you have questions or just need to talk to someone who has been where you are.

CALL OR TEXT A MEMBER OF FAMILY SUPPORT

Deborah
214.683.1992

Mother of an addict son, Family member of alcoholics/addicts

Diane
214.796.2742

Mother of an alcoholic daughter

Floyd
972.923.2335

Husband of an alcoholic

Laurie
214.578.3051

Wife and partner of a recovered alcoholic

Judy
978.618.2574

Mother of an alcoholic daughter

Lauren
817.223.2170

Daughter of an alcoholic/addict, Wife of an alcoholic/addict

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Feel free to introduce yourself when you join the group, or just follow along!

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READ THE BIG BOOK

The Fourth Edition of the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous is the same curriculum that is taught at The Magdalen House. You can view a PDF version of the book for free online, and you can purchase hardback, softcover, and eBook versions from various online and local retailers. We encourage that you read the first 164 pages, especially The Doctor’s Opinion, Chapter 8: To Wives, Chapter 9: The Family Afterward, and Chapter 10: To Employers.

JOIN US AT BIRTHDAY NIGHT

Family members, friends, and loved ones are welcome to attend Birthday Night, held on the first Monday of every month at 7:00pm (CDT) where alcoholic women in our recovery community pick up chips to celebrate milestones in their sobriety, surrounded by their peers. More information about how to attend Birthday Night can be obtained at our weekly Family Support Group meeting, or by reaching out to one of the volunteers listed above.

The Magdalen House Family Support Group gives families, loved ones, and friends tools to effectively support a loved one in the face of the confusion and chaos of alcoholism. Alcoholism is a disease that directly impacts at least 17 people around a single alcoholic – including loved ones, family members, friends, employers, coworkers, and the community.

If this is you, you are not alone. We are a group of volunteers who have struggled with our loved ones’ alcoholism and found hope and healing.

Open to All

This group is open to anyone who knows or loves an alcoholic, or an addict. Your loved one does not need to be a client of The Magdalen House, or in recovery.

The Magdalen House Family Support Group is not an Al-Anon group and is not associated with Al-Anon Family Groups, Inc.

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.

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Why The Magdalen House?

Women Only

No-Cost

Peer Implemented

Comprehensive Services

Continuum of Recovery

Privately Funded

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FREE SERVICES FOR ALCOHOLIC WOMEN

Whether you’re an alcoholic woman who can’t stop drinking, an alcoholic woman already in recovery, or a loved one of an alcoholic, we’re here to help.

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