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Residential

Social Detox

A 14-day, residential program for an alcoholic woman who wants to stop drinking, but cannot. She is provided with the education and resources to establish sobriety and build a foundation of recovery.

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Non-Residential

The Next Step

A three-phase (approx. three-month), non-residential program for an alcoholic woman at any stage of recovery. She is provided with support and structure to sustain her sobriety while growing in her recovery from alcoholism.

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Peer-to-Peer

Meetings and Fellowship

Women who are active in recovery volunteer to provide solution-focused classes, meetings, and workshops seven days a week, 365 days a year. These are open to any alcoholic woman, at any stage of recovery.

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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.

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You can also do any of these 7 Ways to Help From Home and Stay Involved from your couch, which is pretty awesome.

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?

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COVID-19 Updates

Read how we’re implementing precautionary measures in real-time.

More Ways to Give and Get Help

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Why The Magdalen House?

Women Only

No-Cost

Peer Implemented

Comprehensive Services

Continuum of Recovery

Privately Funded