By focusing on what we do well while engaging organizations that meet unique needs, we’re not only able to unify and educate one another, but also build a stronger community.
Sober Living Partners
THE CENTER FOR INTEGRATIVE COUNSELING AND PSYCHOLOGY
The Center provides high-quality counseling, training, psychological evaluations, and educational testing that equip people to grow through life’s changes and challenges. Locations throughout North and Central Texas.
EATING DISORDER SOLUTIONS
Eating Disorder Solutions is dedicated to ending undue suffering caused by anorexia, bulimia, and other types of eating disorders. We strive to empower our clients with the tools necessary for long-term success in recovery. Located in Dallas, TX.
ATTITUDES & ATTIRE
Attitudes & Attire® is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting personal growth for women seeking self-sufficiency. Our program provides the tools that raise self-esteem, promote ethics and build the confidence necessary to develop successful life skills.
IN MY SHOES
In My Shoes is the only community living program in Dallas that provides support specifically towards pregnant, homeless women – while offering life, parenting, and job skills.
MOMMIES IN NEED
Mommies In Need’s main purpose is to support parents experiencing a health crisis by providing childcare, community, and compassion. No parent should have to choose between taking care of their own health and having safe and loving care for their children.
Unlocking Doors is committed to reducing crime and the ever-escalating fiscal impact to the State of Texas and its communities through coordinated collaboration, partnership, public awareness, reporting of evidence-based data and predictive trends, education, and training.
URBAN INTER-TRIBAL CENTER OF TEXAS
The Behavioral Health department at the Urban Inter-Tribal Center of Texas provides services that assist individuals and families with creating and maintaining a balanced lifestyle. We offer confidential, faith-based behavioral health services for Native Americans and Alaska Natives living in the DFW metroplex.
About the Community Outreach Program
BUILDING A THRIVING COMMUNITY OF RECOVERED WOMEN AND THEIR FAMILIES
The Magdalen House Community Outreach Program establishes unilateral and reciprocal partnerships within the community to meet the comprehensive needs of alcoholic women and families that we serve, while allowing us to reach more individuals who want and need our free services. This program not only allows our clients and women in our recovery community to utilize resources that address needs that lie beyond the scope of our services, but it also helps us to improve the quality of services we provide, while engaging with other local organizations to cross-educate one another.
1 IN 11 WOMEN IN THE U.S. IS AN ALCOHOLIC
There are an estimated 251,364 alcoholic women located in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, alone.