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Harmon Recovery Foundation



The Ranch Recovery Centers, Inc.
12890 Quinta Way | Desert Hot Springs, CA 92240 | (877) 446-2959

The Ranch Recovery Centers, Inc., is a residential alcohol and drug program for men and women. Its goal is to provide recovery services to those seeking help, and allow them the opportunity to begin a new and rewarding way of life - to reenter the mainstream of society and help others who suffer from these illnesses. The experienced counselors provide effective care regarding all aspects of the disease of alcoholism and drug addiction - from detoxification to aftercare. Treatment services are based on the conviction that addiction is a family disease and that family involvement in the treatment process is essential for long-term success. Participants have an opportunity to verbalize hopes and feelings for their loved ones, providing them a chance to identify solutions. Support and encouragement is critical for families to recover from addiction. 



Covenant House New Orleans                                                     
611 North Rampart Street | New Orleans, LA 70112 | (504) 584-1111

Covenant House New Orleans has provided shelter and services to homeless, runaway and at-risk youth 16 - 21 since its humble beginning in 1984 when CHNO offered outreach and referral services from a leased office on Canal Street. Since then, CHNO has touched the lives of over 17,000 youth, providing them with food, shelter, clothing, medical attention, individual and family counseling, substance abuse management, educational assistance, vocational and job training, living skills and so much more. Covenant House New Orleans seeks to rebuild and reunite families whenever possible, and offer youth the opportunity and the tools they need to build healthy, independent and productive lives.



Ozanam Inn
P.O. Box 30565 | New Orleans, LA 70190 | (504) 523-1184

Ozanam Inn is a non-profit, direct service agency serving the homeless and needy of greater New Orleans, regardless of race, color, creed, religious preference or national origin. All of our services are provided free-of-charge. The Inn was established in 1955 by the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, a Catholic lay service organization dedicated to helping the poor; the Inn was named in honor of Frederick Ozanam, who founded the Society in 1852.


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MD Anderson
Texas Medical Center | 1515 Holcombe Blvd. | Houston, TX 77030

The mission of The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center is to eliminate cancer in Texas, the nation, and the world through outstanding programs that integrate patient care, research and prevention, and through education for undergraduate and graduate students, trainees, professionals, employees and the public.


Their Vision and Core Values:


"Caring: By our words and actions, we create a caring environment for everyone.We are sensitive to the concerns of our patients and our co-workers. We are respectful and courteous to each other at all times. We promote and reward teamwork and inclusiveness. Integrity: We work together to merit the trust of our colleagues and those we serve. We hold ourselves, and each other, accountable for practicing our values. We communicate frequently, honestly and openly.By our actions, we create an environment of trust. Discovery: We embrace creativity and seek new knowledge. We help each other to identify and solve problems. We seek personal growth and enable others to do so. We encourage learning, creativity and new ideas."


Imagine Recovery
728 Nashville Avenue | New Orleans, LA  70115 | 504-605-4095

Dedicated and open-hearted clinical and leadership teams provide education and therapy, hope and solutions, connection and collaboration. Programs are designed to help clients establish comfort in an abstinence-centered lifestyle that facilitates self-exploration, self-awareness, joy, and confidence in maintaining long-term recovery. Imagine Recovery’s 10-week Intensive Outpatient Program is designed to serve adults 18 and older who seek recovery from substance misuse and abuse. Clinical staff consists of experienced and licensed Masters level clinicians trained to address co-occurring mental health issues such as anxiety and depression. Founded by Felicia Kleinpeter and Christopher O'Shea.



St. Christopher's Addiction Wellness Center
150 Cora Drive | Baton Rouge, LA  70815  | (225) 490-0999

St. Christopher’s Addiction Wellness Center provides a broad range of clinical services for chemically dependent and/or dually diagnosed men, ages eighteen and older and their families. St. Christopher’s also provides outpatient and referral services for women. In short, St. Christopher’s treats addiction as an illness of the mind, body, and spirit. As such, their programming focuses on the emotional, physical, and spiritual consequences of active alcohol and drug addiction along  with the process of healing these areas of the person’s life. Their programming also stresses the importance of family involvement in treatment, individualized treatment plans, and the availability of dual diagnosis services.



Veterans Village of San Diego
4141 Pacific Highway | San Diego, CA 92110-2030 | (619) 298-7124

"There is no finer program for homeless veterans in America than VVSD." - Pete Dougherty, National Director of VA Homeless Programs.

VVSD's Veterans Rehabilitation Center (VRC) is a state licensed residential early treatment program for homeless veterans who have substance abuse issues. The VRC offers homeless veterans a safe, clean and sober village-like setting for several months to a year, depending upon individual needs, extending assistance to veterans in need and their families by providing substance abuse recovery and mental health counseling, housing, food and clothing and legal services.



New Directions, Inc
11303 Wilshire Boulevard #116 | Los Angeles, CA 90025 | (310) 390-4771

Since 1992, New Directions has provided comprehensive services to thousands of veterans in Los Angeles County, including substance abuse treatment and counseling, remedial education, job training and placement, parenting and money management classes as well as legal and tax assistance. More than 600 men and women seek assistance from the agency each year with as many as 220 veterans receiving round-the-clock care at five different residential treatment centers. Veterans leave New Directions with a savings account, housing, a job or other income, computer skills, renewed self-confidence and the support of mentors and peers.



Coachella Valley Rescue Mission
47470 Van Buren Street | Indio, CA 92201 | (760) 347-3512

The Coachella Valley Rescue Mission has been and is a place where people can recover the life God intended for them to have. At CVRM, the homeless, abused, addicted, and needy have a place where physical, spiritual, and developmental needs are met. Literally thousands of men, women, and children have been helped through the Mission’s programs. Today, the Mission feeds and shares the Gospel with over 150 residents per day. Over 1,000 men per year are in programs at the Men’s Center and over 60 women and their children are involved in the Women’s Program each year.



The ABC Recovery Center
44-374 Palm Street | Indio, CA 92201 | 760-342-6616

The ABC Recovery Center provides a complete continuum of care for people who suffer from alcohol and drug addiction, offering high quality, personal treatment plans that are both effective and financially accessible. With programs based on 12-Step principles and offered in a social, peer-oriented setting, the  facility offers a perinatal program to meet the special needs of expectant mothers struggling with substance abuse. Mothers-to-be, in addition to receiving the same level of care as our other residential patients, receive important added benefits of this specialized program. Prenatal and parenting education is provided on-site, coordinated by our nursing staff and our team of specialized professionals. Prenatal medical care is also provided during the pregnancy by local obstetricians. 


This site hosts nearly 80 AA meetings a week. Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for A.A. membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. A.A. is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy; neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay sober and help other alcoholics to achieve sobriety. 



Phoenix Multisport
4735 Walnut Street | Boulder, CO 80301 | (303) 440-0547

Phoenix Multisport fosters a supportive, physically active community for individuals who are recovering from alcohol and substance abuse and those who choose to live a sober life. Through such pursuits as climbing, hiking, running, swimming, road and mountain biking, and other activities, Phoenix Multisport helps members develop and maintain the emotional strength they need to stay sober.


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Center for Dependency, Addiction and Rehabilitation
1693 N. Quentin Street | Aurora, CO 80045 | (877) 999-0538

The Center for Dependency, Addiction and Rehabilitation is a leading residential addiction and co-occurring disorder treatment facility. Their alliance and integration with University of Colorado Hospital, which is part of University of Colorado Health, helps distinguish their program as one of the nation's best. The Center for Dependency, Addiction and Rehabilitation (CeDAR) offers comprehensive services to support lifelong recovery to individuals age 18 and over featuring evaluation, detoxification, residential treatment, and family week programs, as well as outpatient programs, aftercare groups, and psychiatric services. Special treatment programs are available for healthcare and other professionals. 



New Directions for Women
2607 Willo Lane | Costa Mesa, CA   92627 | (800) 939-6636

Grounded in the 12-steps of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), we offer evidence based addiction services and are licensed to provide, exclusively to women, detox, residential rehab, intensive sober living, and outpatient services to women of all ages, women with dependent children, and pregnant women. we specialize in treating the children both living and not living with their mom throughout their treatment experience. During our children’s treatment experience, they will receive early intervention services and individual treatment services that address each child’s individualized needs.


We have helped many individuals, either with their battle with cancer or their struggles with addiction.

During the COVID crisis, we have also helped a number of local food banks and organizations whose outreach programs assisted those hurt by the consequences of COVID.


Making up the balance of our donations to date, they include but are not limited to:

O'Brien House (LA), Kiloby Center (CA), World Caddy Masters (Service Dogs), Desert Community Foundation (CA Scholarships), K9s for WarriorsAmerican Cancer Society (CA), 2 Bounce Tennis (CA), Child Help (CA), Olive Crest (CA), Martha's Village (CA), FIND Food Bank (CA), Toscana Country Club Employee Fund (CA), Jacobson Youth Initiative (OR), Shatterproof (CT)


We also manage a healthy investment account with a balance exceeding $175,000 to date, as well as hold $195,000 in cash.

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