Foundation for Recovery provides opportunities for people and their families to achieve long-term recovery from the disease of addiction.
The state’s only Recovery Community Organization, Foundation for Recovery (FFR) programs promote the positive impact of addiction recovery in the community, and work to remove social barriers and create opportunities for those in recovery.
FFR provides recovery support services to affected individuals, their families, and their friends, including individuals with co-occurring addiction and mental health disorders. FFR’s programs include:
A free peer recovery drop-in center, the only source of peer recovery support services in Nevada, where individuals receive social support, referrals to community resources and agencies, and access to computers, phones and employment information.
The state’s only Peer Recovery Coach training program, which certifies up to 60 people per year to serve as recovery coaches, at the recovery drop-in center and at other locations.
Low-cost meeting space for 12-step fellowships and other support groups. “The Rooms,” located at 2625 S. Rainbow Blvd. in LV, are available for meetings 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days a year.
HYPER (Helping Young People Experience Recovery), a youth-led initiative that advocates for recovery by providing information and peer support, and by promoting healthy choices for adolescents and young adults.
The Southern Nevada Recovery Resource Directory, a comprehensive guide to community resources distributed FREE to non-profits, medical facilities, law enforcement and social service agencies, veteran groups, courts, educators and counselors.
Advocacy initiatives to reduce the stigma that prevents addicts and their families from seeking treatment & recovery.
Southern Nevada prevention/education clearinghouse, which provides a wide range of educational and wellness information the community at no cost.
Workshops for the community on current and critical issues topics related to substance abuse.