Workshops, retreats, and special events provide our clients and the larger religious community an avenue for learning, fellowship, and ongoing support for those in recovery. We are thankful for all who make our spirit-led events and community outreach possible.
Guest House is fully committed to continue to serve as a resource center of shared experience to help navigate this unprecedented public health emergency.
Alcoholism and drug addiction is a disease of isolation. For someone with longtime sobriety, their whole way of dealing with addiction is interacting with people.
Jesus Christ – fully present in the Holy Eucharist in His divine Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity – calls us all into spiritual communion and dialogue.
Guest House offers educational programs for Church and religious leadership, communities and individuals that bring awareness of addiction and its impact on clergy and men and women religious.
As a part of our mission, Guest House offers a variety of educational workshops and other services for leadership and community members.
The National Catholic Council on Addiction (NCCA) was formed to bring a message of healing and hope to addicted persons and those who love them.
Over 70 years ago, the National Catholic Council on Addiction (NCCA) was formed to bring a message of healing and hope to addicted persons and those who love them. Affiliated with the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, the NCCA is committed to assisting its members to a greater awareness and acceptance of alcoholism, other chemical addictions, and prevention issues. With the support of Guest House, the NCCA is announcing a new initiative that seeks to connect people with existing resources in order to help bring healing and recovery to more people struggling with addictions.