Recovery is a decision you make every day. For the rest of your life.

How to Help

The story of recovery doesn’t end here.

The cost of addiction is high – for an individual, for their loved ones, and for the community. We know the recovery process never stops. It’s a lifelong journey. But every donation, large or small, makes a real difference on the road to recovery.

Giving Tuesday - November 29, 2022

Reach for Recovery is participating in Giving Tuesday this holiday season, which falls on November 29th this year.

What is Giving Tuesday? 

Giving Tuesday was simply recognized as a day to inspire people to do good. It has since developed into a yearly global movement that motivates millions of people to give, work together, and recognize generosity.

We hope that you can positively impact others this Giving Tuesday, whether it’s a simple act of kindness, helping a neighbor in need, or donating to a local charity.

Find out what you can do to help.

Support Reach’s Capital Improvements Campaign.

More than 7 million children live in a household where at least one parent is dependent on or has abused alcohol.

Donate Items

If you live in West Michigan, you may be able to donate items to support a person getting treatment in one of our residential recovery homes. To see how you can help, view our wish lists:

For more information, just reach out:

Men’s Recovery Home
Lacy Monroe
(616) 396-6872

Women’s Recovery Home
Anna O’Rourke
(616) 355-7095

Amazon Smile

Make a difference with the shopping that you’re already doing. Shop AmazonSmile, select Reach for Recovery as your charitable organization, and Amazon will donate a percentage of your purchase to us – at no additional cost to you! Every dollar raised goes to treatment and education for our community.

Educate Yourself

In addition to making a donation, you can educate yourself about addiction and help reduce the stigma that surrounds it. Visit our addiction resources for more information. If someone you know is struggling with addiction, please encourage them to get the help they need.