Partnering with Saint Michael and All Angels

We are overjoyed with the recently created partnership between Saint Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church and CARE Dallas. CARE has a long history of providing a safe and confidential place for anyone struggling with drug or alcohol misuse. Since the early 80’s, CARE has provided education programs in schools and community settings to both youth and adults. But mostly we are a place to start when a person decides to get help for a substance use disorder.

Stained glass artwork from the Columbarium Doors at Saint Michaels and All Angels.

Stained glass artwork from the Columbarium Doors at Saint Michaels and All Angels.

The new CARE office is located in a building owned by Saint Michaels and All Angels (SMAA). The space was generously offered to our organization at no cost for three years. Partnering with SMAA broadens our audience and increases opportunities to serve our community. The CARE team will have the opportunity to provide drug and alcohol programming for multiple audiences within the congregation as well as access to meeting rooms for CARE-related meetings.

SMAA is also providing exposure for CARE via their newsletter and online communities which will increase awareness of CARE's role in the community. And finally, CARE is able to host community-wide programs at the SMAA facility.

Addiction affects all aspects of our community – teens, families, parents, schools, the workplace, and even the faith community; yet, because of the stigma associated with alcohol dependence, we are often hesitant to reach out for help. CARE is working hard to reduce the stigma associated with addiction so that individuals and families can get the help they need.

CARE is now located at 8100 Lomo Alto in suite 219.  Please feel free to drop by anytime to learn more about the mission of CARE.  Or you can call us at 214.526.8986 or follow us on Facebook.

We are here to help. We are here to serve.  We CARE.

Mary Martin

Mary is the founder of Lift Communications, a nonprofit marketing firm. She is also the Communications Manager for Touch A Life, an organization based in Dallas that provides care for child survivors of human trafficking in Ghana.

Mary loves reading, listening to podcasts, and baking bread. Orginially from Orlando, Florida, she lives in Frisco, Texas, with her husband, Damien, and their two young boys, Lucas and Elijah.