Thank you for your generous support of CeDAR – the Center for Dependency Addiction and Rehabilitation. Our programs are evidence-based and designed to encourage long-term sobriety. The philanthropic support of our donors allows us to provide high-quality addiction treatment to those who need it most. Your donations directly help those struggling with addiction to get the level of treatment they need. Thank you for helping us to change lives.
With fewer individuals able to access quality addiction treatment on a self-pay or limited insurance basis, we must look for better ways to help people achieve long-term sobriety. Donations made to the CeDAR Scholarship Fund helps people qualify for financial assistance to CeDAR inpatient or outpatient programs. Applicants for scholarship funds must provide financial documentation, actively take part in their treatment and create a recovery plan for their future.
You can make a donation to celebrate an individual’s sobriety anniversary or other special occasions. Please give us the person’s name, address, and the reason for the honor So we can acknowledge your gift. We’ll inform the individual of your thoughtfulness without mentioning the monetary amount.
You can also indicate a memorial donation to commemorate a deceased friend or loved one. CeDAR will let a family member know of your tribute and generosity.
CeDAR Alumni have a legacy of supporting one another in long-term sobriety. It’s been this way for more than a decade. This is a phenomenon that speaks to the robust recovery community created by CeDAR Alumni Services. More than just telling Alumni to enjoy sobriety, CeDAR Alumni Services organizes sober activities and events specifically for CeDAR Alumni. Your donation will help us fund these events and keep our strong recovery community going for years to come. If you’re a CeDAR Alum looking to help someone else, here’s where you can do that. Family members who’ve seen their loved ones thrive in recovery can donate to CeDAR Alumni Services. This is where recovery gets paid forward.