Foundation for Recovery provides opportunities for people and their families to achieve long-term recovery from the disease of addiction.
Why choose Foundation for Recovery? FFR is a Recovery Community Organization – run by and for peers in the recovery community. No other organization in Southern Nevada has done more to support individuals seeking long-term recovery from addiction.
FFR is at the forefront in training and utilizing Peer Recovery Coaches to support individuals in early recovery to find housing, employment, complete their education, and establish a sense of belonging in the local recovery community.
FFR's Peer Recovery Support Center, a free peer recovery drop-in center, is the only source of peer recovery support services in Nevada. Here, individuals receive social support, referrals to community resources and agencies, GED tutoring services, employment assistance and more.
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.
FFR's youth initiative, HYPER (Helping Young People Experience Recovery), provides prevention and recovery services to adolescents and young adults. HYPER opened the first collegiate recovery center in Southern Nevada on UNLV's main campus, and is currently working on opening a recovery center on 3 of CSN's main campuses.