Since our founding in 1987, the Social Detox Program has been a successful, cornerstone program that has helped change the lives of thousands of women and their families in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and beyond. This program physically removes a woman from alcohol, while providing her with an intensive orientation to the spiritual solution of recovery embodied in The Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous.
Simply put, “social detox” is a recovery program where a community of peer volunteers deliver curriculum and support, rather than a traditional “clinical model” of treatment. Our peer-implemented programming is provided by recovered alcoholic women from our recovery community who volunteer their time providing daily, solution-focused meetings, working one-on-one through the 12-Steps with clients, and sharing how they recovered from alcoholism. While clients attend multiple meetings and classes throughout the day, each client has the opportunity – and is encouraged – to begin working the 12-Steps.
By cultivating a community of recovered women eager to help the next woman struggling, this program provides a newly sober woman with tools to learn about alcoholism and begin working 12-Step spiritual principles to achieve sobriety.