It’s a great day to be in recovery!
We are a non-profit organization in Athens-Clarke County. We are committed to celebrating recovery, empowering individuals and families, and inspiring the Athens community to support recovery.
We believe in a world where every person can recover. Our mission is to invest in raising awareness in Athens-Clarke Co. and the surrounding areas about recovery from addiction and other mental health issues, connect people with community resources, celebrate people in recovery and advocates, and offer hope for individuals and family members of those who are struggling with addiction and/or mental health challenges.
How You Can Help
Send a Donation
Giving online has never been more secure, convenient or hassle-free with our one-click donation. We also do accept standard cash and check donations.
Because we are a volunteer organization, and a volunteer board, 100% of donated proceeds are directly invested in the Athens recovery community, individuals, and families that we support through our programs!
Become a Volunteer
You can get involved today by becoming a Volunteer. Sign up and you will be joining a group of change-makers, a network strong enough to impact positive change in the lives of families and children.
Give Goods & Services
Donate or lend your products or services- Let us know what types of goods or services you have to lend or donate.
Our community programs and events often need inventory, goods, or services.
Donate while you Shop
Enroll in these reward programs, and the giving doesn’t stop:
Our Corporate Sponsors
($1000 and over)
Alliance Recovery Center
GA Council on Substance Abuse
Milledge Avenue Baptist Church
($500 to $999)
Friends of Advantage
($300 to $499)
DFC Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition
($100 to $299)
Balanced Behavioral Counseling Services
Freedom From Bondage
Healan Law Offices
Kona Ice Athens-Loganville
McDonald’s Atlanta Highway
McDonald’s Epps Bridge Pkwy
People Living in Recovery
Sorella Hair Salon
Interested in Corporate Sponsorship? Send us a message.
Recovery-oriented Local Resources
A list of resources in the surrounding area that may be helpful to access recovery.