While Gov. Greg Abbott’s stay at home expires April 30, The Magdalen House is still operating under adjusted operating procedures to protect our clients, volunteers, and staff. Below you can find more information about how to get help if you are an alcoholic woman or family member during this uncertain time.
We are here for alcoholic women and their families!
For Alcoholic Women in Crisis
We are here for you. We are accepting a limited number of intakes to our Social Detox Program on a first-come, first-serve basis. Please call for a phone screening, we’d love to talk to you.
The Next Step
For Alcoholic Women Seeking Accountability and Structure
The Next Step program has been modified, temporarily, to a virtual program and we are currently accepting new participants! Please call for a phone screening.
For Alcoholic Women in Recovery
Join our virtual meetings! All of our meetings are women-only. Our schedule is (CDT) Monday – Friday at 10:00 am, 12:00 pm, 2:30 pm; Saturday 12:00 pm, 2:30 pm; Sunday 11:00 am.
SOBER LIVING, HEALTHCARE, AND FOOD RESOURCES
Review our Community Outreach COVID-19 Resource List for organizations that are currently offering help and services.
VIRTUAL FAMILY SUPPORT
We invite you to join our open, virtual meetings on Wednesdays at 6:30 pm (CDT). Family Support is open to anyone who loves an alcoholic, and your loved one doesn’t need to be a client. Learn more at magdalenhouse.org/family.
We appreciate any support you are able to provide during this uncertain time!
MAKE AN IMMEDIATE IMPACT
Right now, the most impactful way you can help us is by making a monetary donation – even a small contribution makes a difference.
Will you pitch in during this time of need so that we may continue to be here for these women?