Recovery Foundation was founded in 2009 to help fund AODA outpatient treatment services to motivated individuals in recovery. The Recovery Foundation is additionally focused on raising community awareness on the viability and sustainability of long term recovery from substance use disorders. Using a passionate, volunteer board and through the generosity of many individual and corporate sponsors, Recovery Foundation has made an impact on many lives in Dane County.
September is National Recovery Month. Recovery Foundation hosts a large luncheon event in the fall to celebrate. The 2018 Voices for Recovery Luncheon will take place on September 17 at the scenic Edgewater Hotel in Madison. The event draws healthcare professionals, politicians, attorneys, treatment center staff from around the US, affected family members and many individuals invested in long term recovery to an informational dialog and celebration of recovery. Past recipients of Recovery Foundation funds often share their experience and perspective at this event.
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1985 - 2018
A scholarship fund in Christopher Bertram's name has been set up by Chris's family. This scholarship will go towards providing treatment for individuals suffering from mental health issues and/or addiction who are struggling financially with the cost.
Please provide Chris's name on the donation form when donating to this fund. On behalf of Chris's family and the Recovery Foundation, we sincerely thank you.
2018 Voices for Recovery Luncheon
Addiction is a Disease,
Not a Choice
Keynote Speaker: Kevin McCauley
Monday, Sept 17, 2018
For More Information, please click HERE
Kevin McCauley will also be holding an afternoon learning session following the luncheon.
“The Brain and Recovery:
An Update on Neuroscience of Addiction” 2 CEU's
For more information and to register, click HERE