A nonprofit substance abuse scholarship foundation providing individuals, families, and communities with recovery resources.
To provide financially disadvantaged individuals and families suffering from the disease of drug and alcohol addiction with customized best-odds-outcome programs designed to promote long-term sustainable sobriety by facilitating collaboration between charitable donors and recovery services providers. And to provide substance abuse education, resources, and support to the community.
Although there are many approaches to recovery, the highest level of recovery success is seen in individuals who engage in the process continuously and leverage multiple programs, tools, and support systems, including detoxification; residential treatment; intensive out-patient programs; individual, family, group counseling; sober living; sober coaching and companions; and, 12-step community resources (including, 12-step and Al/Anon). And are actively and continuously engaged in the recovery process for at least six months, with best-odds outcomes for those who stay engaged for at least 12 months.