Nexus Recovery Center

Women's Auxiliary

The mission of the Women’s Auxiliary of Nexus is to support and promote the interests of Nexus Recovery Center, Inc.
• by building a strong and active membership,
• by stimulating public awareness and
• by helping in the financial support of Nexus’ services and projects.
Members of the Auxiliary make our community a better place by putting in countless volunteer hours each year planning and implementing special events to raise money for Nexus.

To be a part of this wonderful group, download the membership form and fax it to Nexus at (214) 324-1994.

Since its founding in 1996, the Women’s Auxiliary of Nexus has made a difference for women and children seeking recovery – and managed to have a lot of fun along the way! The Auxiliary has raised funds for myriad worthwhile programs, including:
• Aftercare program to maintain supportive ties with Nexus Graduates
• Client Care Fund to allow for extended treatment stays
• Vans for client transportation
• Agency Medical Director, psychiatric fellow, and detox nurse
• New adolescent dormitory
• Smoking cessation program
• Research building
• Hallway and reception renovation
I really never knew there was any other way to live.
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If you or someone you know needs treatment please call the Nexus Admissions Department at (214) 321-0156 x3118 or email us at help@nexusrecovery.org.
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8733 La Prada Drive
Dallas, TX 75228
(214) 321-0156
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4525 Lemmon Avenue
Number 201
Dallas, TX 75219

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We inspire hope, offer respect, and honor the unique differences of female addicts.

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