FOUNDATION

FOR RECOVERY

The Foundation of Recovery promotes the positive impact of addiction, behavioral health and co-occurring recovery, in our communities, to enhance the lives of individuals and families affected by this disease. We work to foster a safe and supportive environment for peer-centered education, services and engagement. Our programs and partnerships open pathways to recovery by removing social barriers and creating opportunities for those seeking and maintaining long-term recovery.

Our vision is that addiction, mental illness and co-occurring disorders are recognized as treatable and that individual and family recovery is seen as an acceptable and sought after means for achieving a balanced and healthy life. The Foundation for Recovery promotes and highlights the positive experiences of people in long-term recovery and focuses our programs and initiatives on facilitating the benefits of recovery.

FOUNDATION

FOR RECOVERY

The Foundation of Recovery promotes the positive impact of addiction, behavioral health and co-occurring recovery, in our communities, to enhance the lives of individuals and families affected by this disease. We work to foster a safe and supportive environment for peer-centered education, services and engagement. Our programs and partnerships open pathways to recovery by removing social barriers and creating opportunities for those seeking and maintaining long-term recovery.

Our vision is that addiction, mental illness and co-occurring disorders are recognized as treatable and that individual and family recovery is seen as an acceptable and sought after means for achieving a balanced and healthy life. The Foundation for Recovery promotes and highlights the positive experiences of people in long-term recovery and focuses our programs and initiatives on facilitating the benefits of recovery.

The Foundation will…

Be a resource for knowledge, information, and original research about effective approaches and best-practices for recovery from the disease of addiction, mental illness and co-occurring disorders.

Partner with community organizations to provide education, training and research opportunities to further our mission.

Facilitate opportunities for individuals and families to find their path to long-term recovery from addiction, mental illness and co-occurring disorders.

Advocate for the recovery community, our families, and allies to have access to appropriate opportunities to find pathways to recovery from addiction, mental illness and co-occurring disorders.
That accessibility to appropriate health care pathways is not restricted by inappropriate public policy, unfair regulations, and other discriminatory practices.

Provide a forum for the recovery community, our families and our allies to clearly communicate information about addiction and recovery in its many forms.

Core Values, etc.

From our vision stems these core values: to inform, educate, facilitate, organize, advocate and serve. These are our guiding principles and our closely held beliefs about how we will accomplish our mission and vision. These values inspire all our activities.
Promoting Co-Occurring addiction and mental illness awareness, promotion and education for a healthier lifestyle are also inclusive of the Foundation’s core values, principals and beliefs.

Inform about addiction and recovery.

Educate to enhance knowledge.

Facilitate pathways to recovery.

Organize community stakeholders.

Advocate to reduce stigmas and barriers.

Serve our community.

Our Mission

The Foundation for Recovery promotes the positive impact of addiction, behavioral health and co-occurring recovery, in our communities, to enhance the lives of individuals and families affected by this disease.
We work to foster a safe and supportive environment for peer-centered education, services and engagement.
Our programs and partnerships open pathways to recovery by removing social barriers and creating opportunities for those seeking and maintaining long-term recovery.

Our Vision

Our vision is that addiction, mental illness and co-occurring disorders are recognized as treatable and that individual and family recovery is seen as an acceptable and sought after means for achieving a balanced and healthy life.
The Foundation for Recovery promotes and highlights the positive experiences of people in long-term recovery and focuses our programs and initiatives on facilitating the benefits of recovery.