For over 30 years, we’ve worked toward a single purpose: helping women achieve sobriety and sustain recovery from alcoholism.
Located in Dallas, Texas since 1987, The Magdalen House has played a vital role in changing the lives of thousands of alcoholic women and their families through a spiritual solution embodied in The Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous.
In the 1980s, a group of four women realized an imperative need: there was no safe place in North Texas for an alcoholic woman with no money and no insurance to get help. As fate would have it, one of these women had just learned of a facility in South Texas that was meeting this critical need. In March of 1987, the group drove to Houston to visit and see how this particular place was providing a safe place for women to detox from alcohol at no cost. Within months, The Magdalen House was born.
The original house on Lovers Lane opened in June 1987, thanks to the efforts of these women and the local A.A. community. Now in its 32nd year, The Magdalen House remains the only agency in the Dallas-Fort Worth area to offer comprehensive recovery services – without insurance or state funding – 100% free of charge.
What was once the dream of our founders has become a reality: a flourishing recovery community for women and their families. Our volunteers, donors, board, and staff are dedicated to growing the impact that our founders began over 32 years ago.
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251,364 ALCOHOLIC WOMEN IN DALLAS-FORT WORTH
An estimated 251,364 alcoholic women are located in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.