Peer Recovery Program
The purpose of the Peer Recovery Program is to engage an alcoholic woman, at any stage of recovery, in intensive work with others so that she may grow in understanding and effectiveness of the 12-Steps and experience an improved quality of life.
Peer Recovery Program Details
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW
- 100% free – no insurance, no co-pays, no out of pocket costs
- 12-Step focused curriculum
- Choose to participate in a structured format (The Next Step) or simply attend meetings and classes at your convenience
- Meetings and classes are offered 7 days a week, 365 days a year with unlimited visits for an alcoholic woman’s lifetime
- Every alcoholic woman is welcome to our open classes, meetings, and workshops (no screening necessary)
- If a woman does not qualify for our Social Detox Program, we strongly encourage her to participate in The Next Step program (screening required)
GROW IN YOUR RECOVERY
Meetings and Classes
Solution-focused meetings and classes are offered multiple times a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
The Magdalen House
The Staff-Led Women's Meeting is: open to any alcoholic ...
The Magdalen House
The Women's Step Study is: open to any alcoholic ...
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About the Peer Recovery Program
HELPING ALCOHOLIC WOMEN GROW IN RECOVERY
The Magdalen House Peer Recovery Program provides recovery enrichment through year-round, peer-implemented programming to provide any alcoholic woman the opportunity to find and sustain lifelong recovery, at absolutely no-cost. While our Peer Recovery Program does serve as an aftercare program for Social Detox Program alumnae, it also serves as an open community for any alcoholic woman seeking sustained recovery, fellowship, service, and improved quality of life, to have the opportunity to engage in community, fellowship, meetings, and service opportunities. Studies show that actively helping others get sober is directly related to one’s own quality of recovery, and the Peer Recovery Program is based on this simple philosophy: when one alcoholic woman helps another, she helps herself in the process.