In partnership with Company Casuals, staff and volunteers may purchase affordable outer wear with the Recovery Resources logo. Orders will be taken up to November 1st and delivered on site by November 17th. Please visit the store by clicking on the link below:
According to a press release from the Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner, Dr. Thomas Gilson, who issued a public health warning on August 19, 2016 indicated that the Regional Science Forensic Laboratory has detected carfentanil.
When friends and family arrive for the Run for Recovery, on Saturday, August 20th, at the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, they will get an opportunity to express their thoughts and feelings on the Recovery Wall of Hope.
When it comes to volunteering, donating or sponsoring a Non-profit, like Recovery Resources, the number one thing you want to know is where your money, time and hard work is going. We, want to share that information. We broke it down, so you can see how each dollar you give, impacts the lives of the people we serve. Learn more.
Run for Recovery. It is not a race to nowhere. It is a race to a solution.
“There are so many who do not have those resources. Who suffer every day because there is no one to help them get off that self-destructive path. Recovery Resources helps people in need get the treatment necessary to overcome addiction and mental health issues. That is why this race is so important. It is not a race to nowhere. It is a race to a solution, “said Daniel Frech, Associate Board Member.
Bob Laughton, Recovery Resource Associate Board Member explains how money raised from Run for Recovery plays a vital role in Recovery Resource's mission to help people triumph over mental illness, alcoholism, drugs and other addictions.
It is easy to read that mission statement and not fully grasp impact of Recovery Resources in our community, but I have seen firsthand how the organization changes lives and it's what keeps me so involved.