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“Treat others as you would like others to treat you.” – The Golden Rule
Our Silver Linings are the moments in which we are able to give back to our clients and our community. RECO Intensive has partnered with and supported missions we believe run parallel to our own. We are blessed to be a small part of a wide array of organizations and movements across the country. Together, we can achieve anything.
Boca Raton Regional Hospital delivers the highest quality patient care with unrelenting attention to clinical excellence, patient satisfaction and patient safety. Their team of professionals demonstrates unparalleled compassion and commitment to those they serve.
Caron's core purpose is to ease the pain of individuals and families by restoring health, hope, spirituality, and relationships. Caron’s mission is to transform lives impacted by drug and alcohol addiction through proven, evidence-based, comprehensive and personalized behavioral healthcare.
The National Conference on Addiction Disorders began in 2010 as the national expansion of the Southeast Conference on Addiction Disorders (SECAD). During the ensuing years, NCAD became the destination conference for clinical professionals and executives alike aiming to improve and refine patient care as well as develop sustainable and growing treatment organizations.
The mission of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is to cure cystic fibrosis and to provide all people with CF the opportunity to lead long, fulfilling lives by funding research and drug development, partnering with the CF community, and advancing high-quality, specialized care.
Palm Beach County alone had over 600 opioid deaths last year. Governor Rick Scott to declared a public health emergency in the wake of an estimated 4000 deaths in Florida last year due to heroin and opioid overdoses. Heroin use more than doubled nationally among young adults aged 18-25 in the past decade. Hanley Foundation is a recognized thought leader in this evolving dialogue on both the local and the national level. Our vision to provide increased educational opportunities to professionals and paraprofessionals, who are on the front lines of this crisis in our local communities, is a model for outreach programs countrywide.
The City of Delray Beach Parks and Recreation Department enriches the quality of life for the people of Delray Beach by providing enjoyable recreational opportunities in innovative park environments.
Addiction to alcohol and other drugs is the nation's number one health problem, but it’s a disease that can be effectively treated and managed for life. For more than 70 years, Hazelden Betty Ford treatment centers have been at the forefront of providing lifesaving, compassionate care and specialized services to help people from all walks of life find freedom from addiction.
The Amy Winehouse Foundation works to prevent the effects of drug and alcohol misuse on young people. They also aim to support, inform and inspire vulnerable and disadvantaged young people to help them reach their full potential.
The Elizabeth Rose Olsen Foundation aims to help individuals struggling with addiction who are feeling lost, have nowhere else to turn, and who no longer have control of their lives due to substance abuse. We know firsthand what the terrifying consequences of addiction can be and aim to help individuals living with this disease so their family members don’t have to know the pain of losing a loved one to addiction.
The FED UP! Coalition was formed in 2012 when several organizations from across the country joined forces. They were united by a shared concern that the federal government was failing to stem the rising tide of opioid addiction and overdose deaths. The groups were especially frustrated with the failure of the FDA to correct a mistake in the Controlled Substances Act that had misclassified drugs containing hydrocodone as Schedule III (instead of Schedule II where they belong) and by the FDA’s approval of a steady stream of dangerous new opioids.
FAU Athletics is the heartbeat of the university. With 19 NCAA Division I athletic teams, FAU strives to advance their nearly 500 student athletes in their respective sports and in the classroom.
Mobilizing MSD Alumni is a national organization founded in the wake of the mass shooting on February 14, 2018, to support the community of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School High School and its students, teachers and alumni.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church is a parish that strives to celebrate God’s grace and love, to live out their discipleship as Christians in Delray Beach and to serve the community and the world in God’s name. They have a rich history of more than 100 years in this beautiful village by the sea. Over time, as the town has grown and changed, they have sought to maintain the spirit and traditions of the Episcopal Church as a place where all are welcomed, loved unconditionally, and supported in their lives.
Created by founder and producer Suzanne Spencer, SUD Talks is a community- and industry-specific event designed to create change. The event features a collection of diverse speakers and subject matters followed by an engaging panel discussion with industry experts.
Grey Team is a non- profit 501(c)(3) organization whose sole mission is to build and implement solutions for U.S. military veterans to reduce and eliminate PTSD related suicides.
The Mark Garwood SHARE Foundation provides scholarships to individuals who are recovering from substance abuse, seeking to initiate or resume their educations and are committed to long-term sobriety. The Foundation is a public 501 (c)(3) corporation serving individuals on the Treasure Coast and in Palm Beach and Broward Counties.
“The Addict’s Mom” is a group that focuses on the mothers of addicted children.
Women Empowering Women in Recovery is comprised of a group of women whose lives have been affected by addiction and have benefited from the loving support of community throughout the recovery process. By coming together, its members know that they can work to make a difference in young womens’ lives to provide financial support and help them obtain an education that would otherwise not be possible.
Living Skills in the Schools builds each child’s resistance to substance abuse through age-appropriate education, reassurance, understanding, peer support and access to help.
Baseball Life Academy is a student-athlete program dedicated to training, educating, and creating exposure for players.
Art Synergy is a unique countywide movement of artists, businesses and civic leaders that is committed to unifying and promoting the diverse culture of Palm Beach County’s and South Florida’s vibrant arts community. They strive to broaden the education and culture of children and youth through the arts via joint parent/child experiences.
American Twisters Gymnastics of Coconut Creek, FL is the place to go in South Florida for all of your favorite kid's activities; preschool gymnastics classes, grade school gymnastics classes, tumbling classes, kids birthday parties, kids fitness, kids summer camps, and kids school year camps. They offer gymnastics classes for kids of all ages; beginning with mommy and me (parent/tot) preschool classes all the way up to teen gymnastics classes.
The Foundation’s strategy is to award scholarships to individuals pursuing careers as professional counselors who are affiliated with high-priority populations and commit to serving them after graduation.
The South Florida Recovery Dodgeball Tournament is hosted annually and benefits a different nonprofit organization each year. The tournament raises funds for a cause that is selected because it provides resources and/or assistance to individuals and families affected by substance use and mental-health disorders.
Run to the Rescue is an annual 5K/1 mile walk hosted by the Harrigan Foundation in beautiful Delray Beach! The Harrigan Foundation is a non-profit organization determined to sponsor First Responders (Firefighters, Police Officers, Military Officials, etc.) who suffer from addiction and/or trauma disorders. Supporting our community heroes, our theme is Superheroes. Capes, costumes and other superhero gear are worn! This race helps fund a scholarship program to help sponsor our heroes in need. The 5K will be timed through AccuChip. All walkers are welcome to bring pets and children.
Countess de Hoernle Park (Spanish River Athletic Facility) is a city-owned park in Boca Raton, Florida. First opened in 2012 and located south of Spanish River Boulevard, the park came to life when the Greater Boca Raton Beach and Park District provided the city of Boca Raton with $13.9 million of taxpayers' money to improve upon 80 acres of unused land owned by the city. The land once belonged to the IBM Corporation. It was built with a recreational theme in mind, with a particular focus on sports. The Countess de Hoernle Park Spanish River Athletic Facility features four baseball-softball fields and four soccer fields, as well as one soccer-centric and one baseball-centric building on the premises. The 2 large concession stands are equipped with restrooms and water fountains. A children's playground with benches conveniently placed in the middle for parents' supervision and a 20-acre lake are connected by a walking path that also leads to several other attractions in the city, such as the Spanish River Library and Pond Hawk Natural Area.
Moments of Change is dedicated to educating treatment professionals and organizations on the latest and most effective recovery methods in behavioral healthcare.
LAMBDA North seeks to provide a physically safe properly maintained, mentally and spiritually healthy environment for those in the recovery process, and to offer support and growth opportunities for a better quality of life for the LGBTQ community, their families, and the communities in which they serve. They also strive to provide support for the development of living skills to be made available to those attending meetings at Lambda North, as well as the general public, through classes, seminars, workshops, etc.
As a research foundation, AFAR creates lasting solutions to addiction through research, education and advocacy. Our long term vision is to create a world liberated from addiction.
Founded in 1967, the American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT) is devoted to the promotion of sexual health by the development and advancement of the fields of sexual therapy, counseling and education. AASECT's mission is the advancement of the highest standards of professional practice for educators, counselors and therapists.
The Fraternal Order of Police Jim Fogleman Lodge 50, Inc has been serving law enforcement and corrections deputies of the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office for 53 years.
Milagro Center was founded in 1997 by several local visionary leaders motivated by the desire for community service centered on providing arts experiences to the economically-challenged neighborhood children. Milagro, which means “miracle” in Spanish, motivates children and teens to “reach for the stars” while being confronted by the many adverse influences they face in the community. Milagro Center’s uniquely integrated programs focus on empowering these at-risk youth and their families to succeed, both in school and in life, having a resounding positive influence on our Delray Beach community. Milagro Center carries out its mission by providing afterschool, summer camp, and ARTreach programs, to disadvantaged and academically-at risk children and teens in grades K-12, right here in South Florida.
The region's only independent, not-for-profit hospital, Jupiter Medical Center offers specialty concentrations in orthopedics and spine care; cancer care and oncology; cardiac and vascular care; neuroscience and stroke care; women's and children's services; urgent care; and other key areas.
A one of a kind film festival centered on inspiration and hope. The festival seeks out films that deal with mental health, recovery, addiction. This is a fundraising event to support two local organizations that work on behalf of the community.
This symposium has over seventeen topics on mental health and drug and alcohol addiction. This is a chance for government officials and healthcare professionals all to work together to educate communities and end the stigma around mental health.
Runners 4 Recovery strives to improve awareness of and access to recovery services and resources and lessen the stigmatization for recovering individuals. They support individuals by encouraging a healthy lifestyle through running and other healthy activities.
Serving the community since 1982, our 42-acre campus and Level 1 trauma center is equipped with a 24-hour emergency room, advanced cardiovascular care, a comprehensive stroke center, neurosciences, behavioral health services, inpatient and outpatient rehabilitative services, a center for advanced orthopedic care, wound treatment center, Suite Dreams sleep disorder center and more.
As the flagship of Bethesda Health, Inc., Bethesda Hospital East is a fully accredited, community, not-for-profit hospital offering a full array of healthcare services through our Centers of Excellence.
A place to connect, to learn, and to make a difference. Temple Sinai of Palm Beach County is dedicated to life-long study, worship and acts of loving kindness.
The basic mission of the Marine Toys for Tots Program is to collect new unwrapped toys and distribute those toys to less fortunate children at Christmas. The primary goal of Marine Toys for Tots is, through the gift of a new toy, to help bring the joy of Christmas and send a message of hope to America's less fortunate children. In order to better execute the Program, in 1991 the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation was created at the behest of the Marine Corps.
Habitat for Humanity builds strength, stability, and self-reliance through shelter. Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit organization that helps families build and improve places to call home with the belief that affordable housing plays a critical role in strong and stable communities.
Johns Hopkins Medicine serves a large population in Maryland, and draws patients regionally and nationally who come to them for the best care. Their clinical services are among the world’s best, and they are known for leadership in patient safety and emergency and critical care medicine.
The Academy for Addiction Professionals is a leading addiction counselor training school located in South Florida and serving the nation. They offer courses for certification as addiction counselors (CAP and CAC), behavioral health technicians (CBHT), recovery residence administrators (CRRA) and more. They also provide compliance training programs for facilities large and small with tailored courses and personalized education portals. The Academy is an approved education provider for the Florida Certification Board and NAADAC.
The Jason Foundation, Inc. (JFI) is dedicated to the prevention of the “Silent Epidemic” of youth suicide through educational and awareness programs that equip young people, educators/youth workers and parents with the tools and resources to help identify and assist at-risk youth.
Drug Free America Foundation, Inc. is a drug prevention and policy organization committed to developing strategies that prevent drug use and promote sustained recovery. The Drug Free America Foundation, Inc. vision is a world where all people live free of the burden of drug abuse. Drug Free America Foundation is a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) in Special Consultative Status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations.
Empower the team and its partners with an unsurpassed platform to create and support world-class athletic events and sports programming that enrich and educate participants at all levels. Provide the highest possible athletic experience for every participant through an uncompromising commitment to excellence in sports administration.
Prevention Action Alliance, formerly Drug Free Action Alliance, is a certified prevention agency and nonprofit dedicated to leading healthy communities in the prevention of substance misuse and the promotion of mental health wellness. We believe that everyone has a role in prevention.
Herren Project is a nonprofit organization focused on treatment, recovery and prevention of substance use disorder. We offer a variety of services free of charge. These include assistance with treatment placement, long-term recovery support for individuals and families, financial support for treatment programs and recovery housing as well as prevention education programs for schools and communities. Herren Project was founded in 2011 by former professional basketball player, Chris Herren, who has been in long-term recovery since August 1, 2008.
Located in Fort Lauderdale and is Broward County’s largest medical center. The 716-bed hospital includes a team of 3,100 medical professionals and more than 800 physicians who are dedicated to delivering compassionate and quality care. As the flagship hospital for Broward Health, Broward Health Medical Center is home to virtually every medical specialty.
The Boynton Beach Art District is a vibrant community of creatives located in the heart of the City of Boynton Beach Industrial Park. Established by sculptor Richard Beau-Lieu in the mid 80's as the Neighborhood Arts District and re-branded by visual artist Rolando Chang Barrero in 2012 as the Boynton Beach Art District.
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