There are lots of grants and funding out there to keep our center going but the "Springdale Recovery Club" must be in operation before we can apply for this funding and be able to show the actual need and expenses to keep it operating. Every surrounding state has these types of Peer Support Ce... Read More
There are lots of grants and funding out there to keep our center going but the "Springdale Recovery Club" must be in operation before we can apply for this funding and be able to show the actual need and expenses to keep it operating. Every surrounding state has these types of Peer Support Centers and they have been proven to greatly improve the quality and long term likelihood of staying addiction free. Please do the research and you will see that treatment is a revolving door and costs the community a large amount from lost wages etc. due to lack of support in everyday life. This center will increase the chances of those recovering from an addiction disorder will be able to maintain their recovery. The AARC- Arkansas Addiction Recovery Coalition has been working with the
State Targeted Response (STR) Technical Assistance (TA) Consortium who supports our efforts in addressing opioid use disorder prevention,
treatment and recovery. We are a group of local citizens who are in recovery and some of us work in the treatment field. We know first hand the difficulties involved in obtaining and maintaining recovery from addictive disorder and we are volunteering our time, effort, and money to get this center off the ground. We need to be able to cover the $2000 a month rent for at least 3 months to give us time to get the funding to continue our project. We are also going to be seeking donations of help and furniture. If you believe in our cause and want to help people get the free support needed to help themselves, or their loved one, please donate whatever you can. It will all go directly to support the establishment of the center.
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Connie Phillips has been working in the field of substance abuse counseling since 2005 and is currently the Program Director of a Medication Assisted Treatment Center for Opioid Use Disorder. She has almost 18 years of recovery and has suffered the loss of her brother and others to addiction.
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