Meeting Our Patients’ Greatest Needs
We have been immensely blessed by the love and support we have received throughout the pandemic. Many of our friends, family, and donors supported us in unique and creative ways, and that has allowed us to continue providing world-class care.
In many ways, the pandemic has given the world a glimpse into the despairs of addiction- the feeling of hopelessness, pain, loss, fear, isolation, etc. However, it has also given us a glimpse into the miracle of recovery- the power of community, the joy of service and helping others, the need for being together, the creative ways we can support and encourage each other, the joy that a spark of hope brings, the gratitude that changes lives, and so much more. We are so grateful to have experienced these blessings and have confidence that our patients and families can experience these things too through recovery. Being together is a gift, and those still struggling with addiction need that gift.
We were so fortunate to have generous donors reach out this past year and offer to meet our greatest needs whether it was for scholarship aid, personal protection equipment, capital, research, etc. These creative ways of giving helped us get through this unique time and positioned us for even more success in the future. Giving to our greatest needs opened new doors for us that will remain open long after the pandemic.
So, today, we ask you to continue this effort by making a gift to our greatest needs. Giving to our greatest needs creates new ways of meeting our patients and families’ needs. It opens more opportunities for cutting-edge research, builds new pathways for patients and families to access treatment, and allows us to continue serving as a leader in the addiction treatment space.
Each gift, each act of kindness and each helping hand serves as a glimmer of hope for our patients and families.
Make a Donation
Thank you for considering this special opportunity. Your gifts will have an immediate impact on those who need it most. With your support, we can continue bringing hope and healing to our patients and families.
If you have any questions about your gift, please contact the Development office at
1-800-678-2332, ext. 6193.