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The Magdalen House a nonprofit organization helping individuals with alcoholism achieve sobriety and sustain recovery at no cost and based on 12-Step spiritual principles is pleased to announce the appointment of the nonprofit’s executive leadership team in conjunction with the organization’s latest initiative to offer programming designed for men.  

“I am proud to announce that we have recently promoted many of our team members to serve as executive leaders,” said Lisa Kroencke, CEO of The Magdalen House. “Each executive leader will provide our organization with tremendous knowledge and support as we expand our services to include men’s programming. Our organization is currently experiencing rapid growth and with our strong team of executive leadership, we will continue to be able to further our mission of helping provide no-cost recovery services to alcoholic individuals.” 

The Magdalen House Executive Leadership team lead by CEO, Lisa Kroencke includes: 

  • Ainsley Chapman, Chief Programs Officer
  • Sierra Godfrey, Director of Communications
  • Teresa Hollingsworth, Director of Women’s Programming
  • Whitney Mask, Director of Development
  • Diana Miller, Chief Development Officer
  • Alice Nalepka, Chief Marketing Officer
  • Susie O’Hara, Chief Operations Officer
  • Austin Shook, Director of Men’s Programming 
  • Kady Younkman, Chief Community Officer

 The Magdalen House is committed to helping individuals achieve long-term, sustainable recovery through the following spiritually-based, comprehensive programs.

  • For Women:
    • First Step Program: A two-week, residential program for an alcoholic woman who wants to stop drinking but cannot. The house can accommodate up to 20 women with rolling admissions.
    • Next Step Program: A three-phase, non-residential program that provides support and structure for an alcoholic woman at any stage of recovery.
  • For Women & Men:
    • Community: Solution-focused meetings and workshops open to all alcoholic women and men at every stage of recovery. Services are currently offered for women 365 days a year and the men’s schedule is to be determined. Additionally, Family Support meetings are available to the families and loved ones of alcoholics and addicts.
    • Resources and Education: Education about the disease of alcoholism and community partnerships that help connect alcoholic women, men, and their families to resources such as sober living, women’s and men’s health, and counseling.

If you’re an alcoholic who can’t stop drinking or a concerned loved one of an alcoholic, the first step in recovery is education and access to resources. In North Texas, The Magdalen House provides residential recovery, social detox, group meetings and workshops, structured programs, family support groups, and tools designed to help grow and sustain recovery. To receive treatment or to learn more about The Magdalen House, visit,https://magdalenhouse.org/get-help/ or call 214.324.9261. 

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