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With your assistance, we can provide help, hope and healing to those families who need our assistance the most, just by volunteering your time. Find out all the ways you can get involved by calling 954-733-6068 x2011.
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Life changing addiction treatment is experienced at our center by families who have no means to pay for services because people like you give from the heart. Your financial contribution provides help, hope and healing to stop the cycle of addiction for these vulnerable women and children previously trapped in a desperate pattern of abuse.

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The women and children entering treatment at our center arrive with very little. You can help to welcome them to their new home by donating new or gently used clothing, household items, baby, personal supplies, and more.

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    We WON! 211 Non-Profit of the Year Award

    Susan B. Anthony Recovery Center is Awarded the Prestigious 211 Non-Profit of the Year Award – Collaboration SBA and Memorial Hospital Collaborate We’re very excited to announce that we’ve won the prestigious 211 Non-Profit of the Year Award for our Collaboration with Memorial Hospital to provide pregnant women with a way to deliver a clean and healthy baby. Our Maternal Addiction Program was created to enable pregnant women that are addicted to opiates (pain medication) a safe and effective way to detox and deliver a baby that’s not addicted. To date, we’ve delivered 36 clean and healthy babies as a […]

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  • Night of Stars 20th Anniversary Celebration (2016)

    A big thank you to all of our supporters and those that sponsored this event. Thank you to our Title Sponsor United Healthcare for help to make our event so successful. We’re excited to continue this amazing gala every year so check back for details on 2017. Click read more to see the photos from the 2016 Night of Stars event. Did you find this information helpful? yes   no

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  • Amy’s Story

    Amy’s Story In November my book club read Until the End of June by Cris Beam. It is an eye-opening look at the foster care system, including history of the laws and organizations that run the system and stories of some of the people involved: birth parents, foster parents, adoptive parents, advocates and influencers, and kids. There are so many challenges with foster care, even in best-case scenarios. When my husband and I were making some end-of-year donations, I felt driven to help, albeit in a very small way, a group that’s working at the beginning of the slippery slope towards […]

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