CSSUP Re-entry Recovery Services. We nearly doubled the number of men served in our Alpha Omega Houses in 2018. CSSUP provided 49 men with 2,331 days of care in 2018. The demand for recovery housing does not appear to be slowing down and support from Iron Mountain and Escanaba has been overwhelming and inspiring. We recently received NorthCare grant funding for a part time manager. The part-time manager gives each house manager the opportunity to take a day or two off each week. The new Alpha Omega House in Escanaba which opened in January 2018, is receiving numerous referrals and is at or near capacity daily. We are blessed to serve so many in need, and have an opportunity to help them feel the love of Jesus in a supportive living environment. With this opportunity we see our residents begin to live again in recovery and contribute to their community.
Go with God my Brothers!
Recovery and Support Group
Women Affected by Alcohol and/or Substance Abuse
An Eight Week Recovery and Relapse Prevention Program
At: Catholic Social Services, 347 Rock Street, Marquette, MI
Time: 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
For: Women with Dependent Children or Pregnant
Facilitators: Kathryn Kurtz, LMSW, CAADC and Susanna Wahlstrom, FNP-BC
Pre-registration required at 227-9119
Daycare and refreshments available
Transportation assistance available
Mike Malnar, Catholic Social Services of the Upper Peninsula, accepts a check for $1000 from Catholic Extension, on behalf of Alpha Omega House in Iron Mountain. Mike manages the Alpha Omega House which is a recovery and re-entry facility and was nominated for the Lumen Christi Award. The Lumen Christi Award recognizes individuals who demonstrate overwhelming dedication and commitment to helping others in need. Mike helps provide an array of services for those suffering from addiction. He coordinates numerous resources including professional counselors, attending peer support groups and joining a faith community in the area.
Alpha Omega helps maintain stable factors in people’s lives to
play a more enduring role in assisting people’s recovery efforts. Specifically, by providing an environment based on mutual dignity and respect, promoting well-being, and encouraging positive social contribution through faith. CSSUP wishes to provide all those suffering from addiction with new hope and ensure help for recovery is available. Congratulations to Mike for his work at Alpha Omega House!