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Seven Steps to a
Better World

Together, we can reach more people; improve prevention, treatment and support services; and educate more people about the triumph that recovery is for the lives of those it touches.

1. Donate

Recovery Resources is a 501c3 nonprofit agency, so your contributions are fully tax deductible.

We welcome contributions in cash and cash equivalents, stocks, bonds and real estate. Your gifts help individuals receive the addiction and mental health services they need, regardless of their ability to pay.

Specify any of our funds, make an unrestricted contribution to the annual fund, arrange a planned gift as part of your estate, or donate items that enrich our variety of client programs and special events. Donate now or learn more about giving to our funds.  For more information, please contact Michele Krampitz, at mkrampitz@recres.org.

2. Underwrite Our Events and Outreach

Our many programs, and the people who use them, are always in need of in-kind and cash gifts – items that cannot be purchased with food stamps are in short supply for struggling families.  Toiletries, paper goods, household supplies and bus tickets are examples of items we are always seeking.

Our client and community events need food and serving supplies, prizes and gifts for children, and other novelties to make the events special, and meaningful, while also practical. Please consider underwriting a client event, or contributing goods towards its success.  Please contact Michele Krampitz, at mkrampitz@recres.org. for more information.

One of our most important functions is to change the public perception about addiction and mental illness, and those who live with them. We know how deeply damaging the stigmas surrounding these illness are, and we will continue to inform, educate and enlight at every opportunity. You can help in this effort by offering to tell your own story, and/or by specifying that your donation be directed to our ongoing communication efforts.  For more information, please contact Michele Krampitz, at mkrampitz@recres.org.

3. Host a Fundraiser

Addiction and mental health can affect anyone.  At Recovery Resources, providing behavioral health care is our passion.  We work tirelessly with those we serve to make this goal a reality, but we can't do it without you.  Please consider hosting a fundraiser to build awareness and support treatment.  
We are here to support you in your fundraising efforts; click here for fundraising ideas. Contact Meghan Hosmer at mhosmer@recres.org with questions or to partner with us.

4. Volunteer

Join an amazing group of people whose dedication and skills help us do more with less.

  • Peer Support and Warm Line counseling (for those with life experience only)
  • Event preparation
  • Employment mentoring
  • Office work
  • Associate Board of Directors
  • Board of Directors

Learn more about volunteering by contacting Diane Tomer, at dtomer@recres.org.

5. Hire Our Clients

Talk about a win-win! As our clients move along the employment readiness continuum, some may benefit from a supported work environment. Our vocational counselors assure that your new hire is ready for work and that he or she has the necessary supports for success.  Please contact Maureen Masterson at the Employment Alliance, at mmasterson@recres.org.

6. Buy Our Services

Recovery Works. If you need skilled or unskilled labor from time to time, or on an ongoing basis, explore our very reasonably priced and high-quality business services:

  • Janitorial Services
  • Car Detailing

When you buy business services from Recovery Resources, you are helping those in recovery make their way to independence. It’s a great way to do more for the community while getting more for your dollar. To schedule an appointment or get more information contact Kevin Beaver, kbeaver@recres.org.

Employee Assistance Programs.  Recovery Resources provides a full array of specialized employee- and employer-focused services, including drug testing, counseling, anger management, critical incident handling, training and management consultation. Ask about Assist NOW, Recovery Resources' Employee Assistance division, by contacting Shirin Boose at sboose@recres.org

Consulation Services. We also offer consultation services to businesses, fellow healthcare and social service agencies, community groups and educational institutions.  Please contact Jason Joyce at jjoyce@recres.org for details.

7. Partner with Us

Recovery Resources values our partnership with so many excellent colleagues, agencies and business partners.  We actively seek out innovative partnerships and joint initiatives on behalf of those we serve.  Please reach out to us with your needs and ideas.  Contact Diane Tomer at dtomer@recres.org.


Community Outreach and Resources

We recognize every day that the work we do is bigger than we are, and we are grateful for our many individual and family supporters, partner agencies, healthcare partners and Greater Cleveland resources.

Recovery Resources’ funds honor very special friends

James’ Fund

James’ Fund honors the memory of James Grant Dolezal.

Casey’s Fund

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

Helen's Fund honors the memory of Helen K. Jones, former president & CEO.

Rajesh's Fund

Rajesh's Fund was established in memory of Rajesh Gopalakrishna by his family and friends.