2/3 of American families are affected by addiction

Over 70% of families report they have better communication with their affected loved one as a result of attending FOA Families of Addicts weekly support meetings

2018 BIc Pic photo of anyone touched by addiction shown as a visual sign of community strength to reduce the stigma associated with addiction.

Photo by Andy Grimm 

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Individual, Corporate and Community Leaders, 

For five years in a row the FOA Families of Addicts Rally 4 Recovery has been changing the conversation about addiction from problem to solution. Last year, over 3,000 people attended and 63 community partners were present as a resource to those affected by addiction and living in recovery.

 

We have had a busy year and we value your support for the rally, and also our organization. We now hold weekly meetings in five Ohio counties offering support, friendship and education. In 2018 alone, FOA served more than 155 people weekly providing group and individual support.

 

We are asking for your help to sustain our current programs and provide for growth in the area of one-on-one phone support including system navigation and resource referrals.

 

FOA rebuilds families and transforms lives ~ YOU make the difference! 

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Two easy ways to sponsor/donate, online or by mail

NOTE:

RESOURCE TABLE SPONSORSHIPS ARE FULL. There are no spots available. 

Email info@FOAfamilies.org with questions or exceptions.

SPONSOR ONLINE (links below)

  1. View the sponsor brochure 

  2. Fill out the online form CLOSED

  3. Payment online or 

  4. Send a check by mail

INDIVIDUAL DONATION ONLINE

  1. View the rally brochure 

  2. Fill out the form online

BY MAIL

  1. Download the sponsor brochure

  2. Fill out the form 

  3. Mail the form and check to below address

Check should be addressed
and mailed to:

FOA Foundation

425 North Findlay Street

Dayton, OH 45404

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