Directory:The Foundation for Recovery, Inc.
|The Foundation for Recovery, Inc.|
Foundation for Recovery
|Founder||Mr. Stuart Smith|
|Headquarters||Template:Country data US [[City:=Las Vegas|Las Vegas]], [[State_Name:=Nevada|Nevada]], [[Country_Name:=United States|USA]]|
|Key people||Mr. Stuart Smith, Director|
Mrs. Hunter Smith, Director
Mr. Robert Rehmar, Director
Ms. Lynn Baumann, Director
Mr. Frank Szabo, Director
Mr. Bradley Greenstein, Director
Dr. Denise Crosson, Dir. of Research Programs
|Industry||[[NAICS_Code1_Title:=Other Social Advocacy Organizations|Substance abuse prevention advocacy organizations]]|
|Contact||4750 W Sahara Ave., Suite 10|
Las Vegas, NV US 89102
|Reference||Year End: December/31|
The Foundation for Recovery, Inc. was founded in 2005 as a Non-Profit 501(c)(3) Public Charity and is governed by a six-person Board of Directors.
The Foundation seeks, through its various initiatives and programs, to make recovery from addiction more available to the addict who still suffers and strives to remove barriers to recovery by propagating the availability of recovery for addicts, their friends, and families.
The purpose of the Foundation is to promote recovery from addiction through a number of innovative initiatives and activities. Targeted areas for these initiatives will focus on direct services, research and developmental activities, education, promoting scholarly study of recovery alternatives, public awareness, and advocacy.
Per our IRS Determination Letter, we are also classified as a public charity under 509(a)(1) and 170(b)(1)(A)(vi).
The Foundation for Recovery provides many direct services to the community.
- Study Center and Archival Library
- The Foundation for Recovery Museum
- Book Store and Gift Shop
- The Rooms
The research foci of the Foundation for Recovery (FFR) can broadly be categorized into five areas: best practices, clinical outcomes, twelve-step efficacy, general knowledge development about recovery from addiction, and development of instruments to assess and more effectively assist persons in managing recovery.
In an effort to propogate the availability of recovery, the Foundation provides scholarships for both addiction treatment and addiction studies. We are curently looking for appropriate recovery and academic facilities to participate in the program as well as donations to fund the scholarships.
Books and Materials
At it's online bookstore, The Foundation for Recovery offers a multitide of products for individuals, organizations and institutions looking for materials related to recovery.
Twelve-Step Program Materials
We carry a broad range of twleve-step literature from Narcotics Anonymous, Nar-Anon, Gamblers Anonymous, Overeaters Anonymous, etc. at discounted prices.
We carry a variety of hard- and softcover books that relate to the recovery treatment field. From ASAM publications to the DSM-IV, we carry the titles utilized by professionals and students alike.
Recovery Themed Materials
Whether you want to improve yourself or recommend reading for your clients, the Foundation for Recovery carries a wide variety complentary titles for recovery. We carry historical, bigraphical and topical titles covering the entire recovery spectrum.
The following people have semantically tagged our organization as a member:
- ForRecovery.org Foundation For Recovery web site
- TheRooms.org A Place for Recovery, provided by The Foundation for Recovery.