Give directly to our annual fund, honor one of the great members of the Recovery Resources family, or establish a new fund. We can advise you about tax consequences, legacy options and the creation of your own fund.
Gifts to the annual fund are unrestricted, so they give us the most flexibility to use the monies wherever the need is greatest.
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.
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 honors the memory of Helen K. Jones, former president & CEO of Recovery Resources. Donations to Helen’s Fund helps individuals receive the addiction treatment they need, regardless of ability to pay. Donate to Helen’s Fund.
Funds donated in memory of Rajesh Gopalakrishna will be used to provide drug and alcohol treatment to individuals with limited financial resources.
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 dual diagnosis services, young adult prevention programs, women and children support services and mental health services.
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.
We are always ready to talk with you at any point in your planning, to discuss different giving methods, review the existing fund options, and explore ideas for establishing your own funds. Contact Pamela Gill or Diane Tomer at 216-431-4131.
Contact Diane Tomer at 216-431-4131 ext. 2501.
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:
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