Our Peer Recovery Program is based on one simple philosophy: when one person helps another, they help themselves in the process. Studies show that actively helping others get and stay sober is directly related to one’s own success in immunity from drinking. Our Peer Recovery Program exists to support the practice of one alcoholic helping another alcoholic. That being said, our Social Detox alumnae are strongly encouraged to participate in our Peer Recovery Program as soon as they complete their two-week stay.
Our Peer Recovery Program at Maggie’s is open to all women in recovery from alcoholism at any point in her recovery.
To join our Peer Recovery Program, any woman in recovery from alcoholism may participate in any of the meetings in our regular meeting schedule at The Magdalen House. In addition, women can become a member of our Maggie’s Women’s Group, which focuses on facilitating service work and supporting The Magdalen House through fellowship, events and fundraisers.
For more information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The Peer Recovery Program is offered at no cost and is open to any woman in recovery from alcoholism at any point in her recovery.
- All meetings at The Magdalen House are women-only except for Birthday Nights and Family Support Group,
The Magdalen House has daily 12-Step meetings provided by volunteers in our recovery community at our home in Little Forest Hills.
To ensure that we always maintain a safe and supportive environment for our clients, we have formalized our Code of Conduct for Maggie’s meetings. As of April 7th,2019 ALL* meetings held at The Magdalen House are WOMEN-ONLY.
*with the exception of Birthday Night and Family Support Group
|10:00am||Staff Led Women’s Meeting||Ainsley David/Ashleigh Castleberry|
|12:00pm||Women’s Step Study||Cindy Murphy|
|2:30pm||Women’s Big Book Study||Kimberly Kelly|
|7:00pm||Maggie’s Women’s Group Story Series*||Story Speaker|
|10:00am||Staff Led Women’s Meeting||Lisa Kroencke/Nina Herndon|
|12:00pm||Women’s Step Study||Melissa Chiranky|
|2:30pm||Women’s Big Book Study||Nancy McMahon/Caroline Murphy|
|7:00pm||Women’s AA Meeting||Primary Purpose Group (AA)|
|10:00am||Staff Led Women’s Meeting||Rachele Walters/Mary Shuford|
|12:00pm||Women’s Step Study||Cat Adcock|
|2:30pm||Women’s Big Book Study||Deveri Reppeto|
|6:30pm||Family Support Meeting||Family Support|
|8:00pm||Women’s AA Meeting||Solutions (AA)|
|10:00am||Staff Led Women’s Meeting||Page O’Connor/Taylor Stokes|
|12:00pm||Women’s Step Study||Deanna Richardson|
|2:30pm||Women’s Big Book Study||Callahan Hall|
|7:00pm||Women’s AA Meeting||Addison Group (AA)|
|10:00am||Staff Led Women’s Meeting||Lee Libby/Lauren McElroy|
|12:00pm||Women’s Step Study||Harriet Shaw|
|2:30pm||Women’s Big Book Study||Rosalind Jones|
|7:00pm||Women’s AA Meeting||Cornerstone (AA)|
|12:00pm||Saturday Steps: In-Depth Steps 4-9||Monthly Speaker|
|2:30pm||Saturday Steps: In-Depth Steps 10-12||Angela Davis|
|7:00pm||Women’s AA Meeting||Bishop Arts Group/Clean Air North Group/Aquarius Group (AA)|
|11:00am||Women’s Speaker Meeting||Story Speaker|
|6:00pm||Women’s AA Meeting||Lake Highlands Group (AA)|
Why The Magdalen House?
Peer Implemented Programming
251,364 ALCOHOLIC WOMEN IN DALLAS-FORT WORTH
An estimated 251,364 alcoholic women are located in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.