WE ARE HERE TO HELP
Areas of focus
Alison Cares Foundation is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with a mission to save lives, open minds, soften hearts, and encourage hope and healing to those whose lives have been affected by addiction.
Initiatives include, but are not limited to:
Encouraging families and friends to be a part of their loved ones’ recovery journey through fellowship with others with whom they can relate and receive support and hope.
Educating youth about the risks involved with drug and alcohol use (and vaping) and offering healthy alternatives to substance use and coping strategies to deal with life’s stressors.
Helping women achieve their goals of sobriety, security, and self-sufficiency while providing them with tools necessary to reach their full potential.
Providing scholarships toward post-secondary education for those whose lives have been touched by addiction and now have a desire to live a drug-free lifestyle (not based on financial need).
Providing scholarships toward an approved sober living facility for those who have completed a 30+ day addiction treatment program (based on financial need).
Support groups - online and offline -- are available to bring help, hope, and healing to families and communities affected by substance use disorder. Our goal is to provide a safe, supportive, and judgement-free environment where people can share their struggles and learn to focus on positive changes for their own recovery.
EDUCATION & AWARENESS
Our mission is to help others understand addiction and its effects on families and communities. Addiction does not discriminate and can happen to anyone. However, stigma and shame often prevent people from getting the help they need. Through education about addiction and how the brain is affected, we aim to create awareness about the struggles people face and how we can encourage them to get help.
Our mission is to be a trusted advisor and ensure that each and every person has access to resources for ethical and effective treatment of mental health and substance use disorders, which will afford them the greatest opportunity for long-term recovery.