When it comes to volunteering, donating or sponsoring a non-profit, like Recovery Resources, the number one thing you want to know is how your money, time, and hard work is benefiting those in need. 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.
$10 Provides 4 all day bus passes so that a client can attend treatment.
$20 Provides a client with two weeks of bus transportation to attend our Intensive Outpatient Program (4 days/week for 2 weeks).
$25 Provides a Prime for Life Workbook for a client enrolled in our prevention program.
$50 Provides a client who otherwise could not afford treatment with 30 minutes of individual behavioral health counseling.
$100-$150 Provides a client with funds to purchase clothing, shoes, and accessories needed for their job interview.
$250 Provides maintenance of the HUGS (Help us Grow) garden project for one season so that the women and children in the Women and Families Program can grow and harvest garden vegetables and ensure fresh produce is part of their daily diets.
$500 Provides rent, food, and hygiene items for individuals with mental illness released from prison and re-entering the community.
$1,000 Provides a client with 10 weeks of behavioral health counseling at 1 hour/week.
$2,500 Provides a client with 6 weeks (4 groups/week) in the Intensive Outpatient Program.
$3,000 Provides 3 months of transitional assistance including shelter, food, clothing and partial medication needs for a client discharged from prison or the state hospital, until their benefits can be established.
$4,000 Provides for a community-based assessment of a client job seeker with a job coach.
$5,000 Provides the start up equipment and training to launch a new social enterprise café operated by consumers.
$10,000 Provides housing and support services for one year for an individual with a severe and persistent mental illness.
Recovery Resource shares with you what #HopeInTheLand means to our clients and why your continued support is so important. With your support at events like Run for Recovery, it allows our clients an opportunity to get a second chance at life.
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