Father Mychal Judge Recovery Center
Is someone you love struggling with alcohol and/or other drugs? St. Anthony Shrine wants to help! Through the Father Mychal Judge Recovery Center, a substance abuse counseling and retreat ministry, counseling is offered for individuals and families as they journey toward recovery from addiction. Professional counselors provide consultation and treatment referrals to those in need of intervention. Individuals can choose to participate in either individual or group substance abuse counseling at the Center located on the mezzanine level at St. Anthony Shrine. The Center also offers pastoral support and assistance for individuals seeking to complete Fifth Step work. We provide recovery retreats for 12 Step groups covering various topics including recovery spirituality, mindful meditation, and relapse prevention.
What do we do?
We offer group and individual outpatient substance abuse counseling services, educational services, family counseling, counseling and support services for adult children and children of persons with substance abuse/dependence problems, pastoral counseling and Fifth Step work, recovery retreats, and relapse prevention services.
Is someone you love struggling with alcohol and/or other drugs?
Is it affecting how you live and feel? WE CAN HELP! Contact us at the Father Mychal Judge Recovery Center and ask for Anthony. The Father Mychal Judge Recovery Center is a substance abuse counseling and retreat program at St. Anthony Shrine.
The center offers to counsel for individuals and families seeking recovery from various addictions. The staff is available to provide treatment referrals and consultations to those in need of intervention. Additionally, the Center will offer life skills and relapse prevention workshops.
External contacts for AA:
– Call for information and phone support 617-426-9444
Mon-Fri 9-9; Sat/Sun/Hol. 12-9
– Up-to-date list of Eastern Mass meetings that are still open https://aaboston.org/wp-
This is the Fourth Edition of the Big Book, the basic text for Alcoholics Anonymous.
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Daily Reflection Podcasts https://aa.org/pages/en_US/
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AA Speakers To Go App – 400 speaker tapes from the 1930s to present.
Sober Grid App – a sober social networking app that allows you to connect with a global sober community
Addiction Support Group Steps 1-2-3
Are you struggling with alcohol, drugs or other addictions? St. Anthony Shrine wants to help! Through the Father Mychal Judge Recovery Center, a substance abuse counseling and retreat ministry, group counseling are offered free of charge for individuals seeking recovery from addiction.
Our Addiction Support Groups are led by trained facilitators who’ve been there. Our groups allow you to talk about your experiences in a safe and confidential setting, encouraging empathy, productive discussion, and a sense of community. You will gain insight from hearing the challenges and successes of others.
The next weekly Addiction Support Group will focus on AA’s first three steps of recovery. Interested in learning more?
AA Meeting Schedule at St. Anthony Shrine
Monday – Friday 7:30am – 8:30am
Tuesdays 12pm – 1pm: AA Open Discussion Meeting
Thursdays 5:45pm – 6:45pm: AA Big Book Meeting
All 12-step meetings are held in the auditorium (lower) level of the shrine unless otherwise noted. There are stairs and an elevator to the auditorium level, both to the left as you enter the shrine from Arch Street.
Anthony Andreottola, LMHC, is the director of the Father Mychal Judge Recovery Center. To make an appointment or contact the center please email: [email protected] or call 617-542-6440 ext. 183 Anthony Andreottola.