They’ve Given So Much.
There is a major gap in community-based, Veteran-specific residential substance abuse treatment in our country.
While there are many outstanding organizations that help post 9/11 Veterans with acute post-traumatic stress, treatment can’t begin when substances are being used to self-medicate PTS symptoms.
Our goal is to create the first Veteran-specific residential program in southwest Alabama—and then launch one in each community where it’s needed across the United States.
We’ve accomplished so much with your help. But there’s still work left to do. Won’t you join the community in giving back to those who have selflessly served us?
Our Generous Sponsors
Veterans have served us. It is our turn to serve them. There are nearly 60,000 veterans in our eight-county region. The number is anticipated to rise, as enlistment rates of people from southern states have been increasing in recent years. The Community Foundation’s Veterans Initiative is a four year, $600,000 effort to identify and address the most pressing needs of our local Veterans and their families.
The Hanley Family Foundation’s mission is to advance the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of alcoholism, chemical dependency and addictive behavior, including support for related research and education. The foundation was created in 1986 to assist not-for-profit charities that share our sharp focus on substance use disorder.
Cigna is a global health service company with 95 million customers around the world and more than 40,000 employees worldwide. We’re on a mission to improve the health, well-being and peace of mind of those we serve. Cigna Foundation World of Difference Grants provide significant support for projects aimed at eliminating health disparities and supporting Health Equity.
Springhill Medical Center is where patients, physicians, and payers can rely on health care that is unmatched in quality, convenience, and benefit of use in a courteous and family-oriented manner.
Wells Fargo is creating solutions that help strengthen the communities in which we operate and grow local economies around the world.
Infirmary Health was founded to help improve the health and well-being of people who live and work in southwest Alabama.
The Dr. Monte L. Moorer Foundation’s mission is to provide funding to support the operations of innovative programs that improve the health and quality of life for citizens in the greater Mobile area.
The RJJB Family Foundation is guided by the shared values, concerns, and passions of the Pilot family and supports a limited number of 501(c)(3) non-profit organizations each year, focusing on the coastal Alabama area.
Windcreek Hospitality Community Relations actively builds beneficial partnerships with service organizations, non profits, educational organizations, and similar groups within our service areas.