Recovery for Alcoholic Women At No Cost

Helping women find HOPE in sobriety

Recovery for Alcoholic Women At No Cost


Women Helping Women

Alcohol Detox Dallas

Recovery is grounded in the idea that together we can accomplish what we cannot do alone. At The Magdalen House’s Recovery Community for Women, women help each other develop the spiritual skills to build new lives. Our experienced staff and passionate volunteers provide an attractive and powerful expression of the spiritual principles in daily life.

We firmly believe that any woman who is motivated to accept help can find lasting and meaningful recovery through the Twelve Steps. We provide a safe, supportive and nurturing environment where women not only learn about the Steps, but become integrated into the greater recovery community.

We believe that if we provide no-cost programming in a safe and supportive environment, accurate information about the problem and the solution, and a solid bridge to service through helping others, women will recover.

Lisa KroenckeExecutive Director

"I am truly a grateful alcoholic and without The Magdalen House I wouldn’t be alive, and I am forever indebted to this organization."

Jenny, Alum

The Magdalen House serves so many with dignity and grace.

John, Donor

Maggie’s accepted me when no one else would. I was at the lowest bottom of my life. I was walking dead – I truly appreciate the love I received at Maggie’s. It has been all up from there. Thank you Maggie’s!


"I feel like I have a whole new purpose now after coming through Maggie's House. There is no other place like it."

Sara, Alum

Maggie’s gave me the first real acceptance as an alcoholic through love, compassion and direction. They gave me hope.


Without Maggie's, I would not be the sober, happy and healthy girl I am today.


Today, by the Grace of a very loving God, so very, very much has changed. I have been reunited with family and have the privilege and the responsibilities of being a mother! I have the honor to work with other women who, like me, lost so much to this disease. I have a great job and...I'm free!

40% of Maggie’s volunteers are alumni – 35% of volunteer hours are from alumni – 47% of alumni volunteer within the first month
For every 1 alcoholic, 17 people are effected, specifically immediate family and close friends. Established in 2014, the program offers weekly meetings for family members of those suffering from alcoholism.
In 2015, 350 active volunteers donated over 12,000 hours for house needs. Over 6,400 women in the recovery community attended 1,300 meetings. 69% increase in volunteer hours over 2014.
Maggie’s has established a collaborative program with Dallas Volunteer now providing court-mandated community service opportunities. In 2016, 12 volunteers in our program donated over 437 hours.