One in four of us will be personally confronted by addiction or mental illness in our lifetimes. Give today, and make a difference for an individual, a family - our community.
In-kind gifts are welcome support for these and other programs:
Know someone willing to donate new kitchen appliances? We are looking to outfit a new kitchen, and are in need of a refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, microwave, toaster, and several coffee makers!
To make an in-kind donation, please contact our Development Department, at 216-431-4131 x1303, or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recovery Resources establishes special projects that Help Us Grow! The H.U.G. Garden, one such project, was established in 2012 through the support of many donors. The garden provides a safe and comfortable place for clients to receive treatment, learn about gardening and nutrition, and to simply relax. Learn more about how you can continue to help us grow.
We can provide any assistance you want to establish a fund in memory of a loved one or dedicated to a specific cause close to your heart. We are actively seeking funds dedicated to the provision of services for those with a dual diagnosis services, for young adult prevention programs, for general health and wellness education and support, and for our capital campaign. We are also looking for dedicated funds to support our strategic implementation of upgraded technology, security, and communication systems. We will partner with you to create a fund that connects your passion to our needs! Contact Diane Tomer at email@example.com or (216) 431-4131 ext. 2501.
For many of us, estate planning allows us more opportunity of giving than at any other time. It would be our honor to work with you and your financial advisor to arrange for the type of gift you would like to arrange for. We can provide financial advisory services if you wish. Contact Diane Tomer at firstname.lastname@example.org or (216) 431-4131 ext. 2501.
When we look at the communities and societies with the healthiest and most satisfied citizens, the defining factor appears to be the degree to which they are willing to help each other, for the greater good. help define our community in just that way! Join with us in the daily work of making this community whole and healthy.
We are proud to share a part in Mandy's journey. To learn more, View Mandy's Story
Send a check. Make checks out to Recovery Resources and send to:
3950 Chester Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44114
Give of your time. Recovery Resources has a volunteer network of amazing people, including those serving on our Board of Directors and Associate Board of Directors and as Volunteers. Contact us anytime to get involved.
Establish a new fund or remember us in your will. We can help at any point in your planning. To explore ideas for legacy giving or establishing your own fund, contact Diane Tomer at 216-431-4133 x2501.
These funds honor special causes and special friends.
James' Fund was established in memory of James Grant Dolezal, 1986-2014.
The Partners in Health-Partners in Hope Fund will support the integration of physical health care into Recovery Resources’ scope of services, to include the transition of our Ohio City location to a newly renovated building at 4269 Pearl Road, creating a healthcare neighborhood in Old Brooklyn that will serve all of Northeast Ohio.
Recovery Resources’ Annual Fund enables the delivery of charity care to those in our community with limited resources, and also facilitates growth and capacity-building efforts of the organization, to ensure we are meeting the changing and complex needs of the community.
Casey Coleman was a legendary sports broadcaster who covered Cleveland’s favorite sports teams and events for more than 25 years. He was known in the community as the voice of the Browns, but to Recovery Resources, he was simply our friend. As a staunch advocate for recovery Casey lent his story of addiction with the hope to inspire others to seek help and to triumph over the disease of alcoholism.
Casey's fund has evolved into what is known today as #CaseysKids was established to encourage leadership skills for school-aged children and to teach techniques to resist peer pressure against alcohol and substance use. Funds donated will support prevention services to reach more students, enhance programs and empower at-risk youth with tools for greater success in life. Learn more about our education programs
Helen’s Fund was established in 2008, in memory of Helen K. Jones, the CEO of Recovery Resources at the time of her death. Helen was a tireless advocate and leader with a commitment to social justice. Helen had a particular passion for ensuring that women and children had access to excellent care and services, and so funds donated in her memory are used to support the programmatic needs of women and children.
Funds donated in memory of Rajesh Gopalakrishna will be used to provide drug and alcohol treatment to individuals with limited financial resources.
Donations to any of our funds are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. Tax ID: 34-1211116 A copy of the latest annual report filed by Recovery Resources may be obtained here or by contacting:
3950 Chester Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44114
Or by writing to the
Ohio Attorney General
30 E. Broad St., 14th Floor
Columbus, OH 43215