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Men’s Alumni Reunion

The Wilson House, birthplace of Bill W., is located less than eight miles from the Inn. Tuesday afternoon we will tour Bill W’s home and East Dorset Cemetery (final resting place for Bill and Lois). This will be followed by an evening AA men’s meeting at the Wilson House.


1-4 Aug 2022

Walking with the Wounded

Helping Sisters overcome addictions, compulsive behaviors and other behavioral health concerns.


21-23 Sep 2022

Men’s Fall Retreat

The retreat will consist of tasty, healthy meals, presentations, daily Mass, 12-Step meetings, small group discussions and free time. All retreatants will have a private room with a private bathroom.


25-29 Sep 2022

Walking with the Wounded II

Designed for those who have participated in our Walking with the Wounded program, this program provides information about other addictions, the spirituality of those in leadership, and the importance of balance in our lives.


20-21 Oct 2022

Walking with the Wounded

Helping Sisters overcome addictions, compulsive behaviors and other behavioral health concerns.


Nov 30-Dec 2 Dec 2022

Alumni Winter Retreat

Guest House offers retreats periodically throughout the year to support clergy and men religious in recovery from a variety of addictive disorders. The retreats are offered to Guest House alumni and also to other clergy and men religious who came to recovery through other treatment centers or entered recovery on their own.


9-12 Jan 2023

Alumnae Winter Retreat

Many women religious grew up hearing about how we had to be on the path of perfection. The thought behind it might have been sincere and of good intention, but that notion has caused many problems for us “perfectionists”.


12-15 Jan 2023

Walking with the Wounded

Helping Sisters overcome addictions, compulsive behaviors and other behavioral health concerns.


8-10 Mar 2023

Walking with the Wounded II

Designed for those who have participated in our Walking with the Wounded program, this program provides information about other addictions, the spirituality of those in leadership, and the importance of balance in our lives.


30-31 Mar 2023

Guest House Daily Reflections

Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time Luke 12:49-53 The fire that Jesus speaks of is humble, selfless love: love that can transform our world and us. But, as Jesus warns us, it is a love that is often at odds with the demands and expectations of the world, a faith that does not fit neatly into philosophical and political camps. Let us pray for Peace in our world.

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Guest House Men’s
Alumni Network

Guest House offers retreats periodically throughout the year to support clergy and men religious in recovery from a variety of addictive disorders.

Guest House Women’s
Alumnae Network

Guest House offers retreats periodically throughout the year as support for women religious in recovery from a variety of addictive disorders.

Continuing Care & recovery

Our care for guests extends
beyond our campus.

A sustainable recovery plan is vital to success. The work of recovery begins in earnest when the client leaves our residential treatment. That’s where continuing care comes in. The return to life in ministry can be overwhelming, especially early in recovery. The Guest House plan offers a phased approach designed to reinforce the application of the clients’ learned skills and healthy habits in their daily life. The continuing care program encompasses both formal and informal interventions, opportunities to engage in ongoing didactic discussion groups with religious peers, as well as one-to-one counseling. Continuing care provides a way for those in recovery to share their challenges, as well as their successes along the way. Through planned, ongoing support, we offer encouragement for those who are in recovery and the opportunity to maintain steady progress and spiritual growth. And we can assure the leaders of the communities our clients are returning to that they will be supported by a thoughtful continuum of care.

CURATED RESOURCES​

Promoting understanding of addiction and related behavioral health needs.​

Below are some resources that we have chosen to help in the spiritual aspect of understanding addiction and other behavioral health needs, as well as digital treatment options during this time of need. We will continue to add to this list, so please continue to check this page for updates.

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The 64th annual Guest House Bishop’s Dinner will be held on Tuesday, October 11, 2022. 
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