Our Mission is to provide the information, education, treatment and care needed to assure that Catholic clergy, men and women religious, and seminarians suffering from alcoholism, addictions and other behavioral health conditions have the best opportunity for quality recovery and overall health and wellness. Guest House has been serving the Catholic Church for over 60 years.
Contact us at 800-626-6910
1601 Joslyn Road, Lake Orion, Michigan 48360
Why Guest House?
- Catholic priests
- Women religious
We Evaluate for and Treat
- Substance Use Disorders – alcohol, other drugs, prescription medication (if necessary, medically-responsible withdrawal from substances)
- Process Addictions – spending, gambling/gaming, cluttering, hoarding, internet, credit card
- Compulsive Overeating
- Co-occurring Mental, Physical or Medical Disorders
- Mental Health Concerns in Women Religious (not related to substance use disorders or process addictions) – mood disorders, anxiety, relational difficulties, OCD
What Makes Us Special
- Intervention assistance
- Individualized and holistic treatment – including strong spiritual component
- Twelve-step recovery
- Ministry re-entry
- Continuing care
Some wonder how God’s ordained and consecrated could be in need of such services. These people who serve God and the Church are people first, and they are vulnerable to illness and disease as another person is. (Addiction is a disease of the brain.) We welcome them warmly and are committed to walking with them on their recovery journey.
Men's Treatment Program
Over 60 years (since 1956) of saving lives and saving the
vocations of over 6500 clergy and men religious
Women's Treatment Program
Over 23 years (since 1994) of saving lives and
vocations of over 600 women religious
About Guest House, Inc.
From the Guest House Blog
Lake Orion, MI – October 2017 – With the highest attendance in three years, Guest House hosted the 59th Annual Detroit Bishop’s Dinner on Thursday, October 19, 2017. The event began with Mass at Christ Our Light Parish in Troy. His Excellency Allen H. Vigneron,...read more
Feast of St. Elizabeth of Hungary
Jesus tells this parable when He is on His way to Jerusalem. On the cross in an event that looks like nothing but disaster, death again breaks into the world and claims God’s Son. Yet, on the cross Jesus takes our own disasters and sins into His life.
Even in death and suffering, which come suddenly and unexpectedly, we trust that the presence of Christ will be revealed.