Donate to Miracle House Foundation
You do not need a Square account in order to contribute through their website. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, Miracle House Foundation maintains its strong level of commitment to recovery heavily through the support of its you, its constituents. We need your help to continue offering the best level of care for our community. Read below to find out more information about how you can help contribute.
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Your donations quite literally save lives. You should feel good about that!
Help Others, Help Yourself
Addiction touches the lives of millions across the world. In the midst of an explosive drug epidemic, almost no one is unscathed. Nearly everyone you meet will either be personally affected, or know someone who is personally affected by this illness. Unfortunately, the conversation around addiction is smothered by stigma and proper funding is scarce. Quite frankly, unless you’ve got money to spend, real recovery is hard to find.
That’s where we come in. Our founders, with nearly 60 years of combined recovery, have dedicated most of their lives to fine-tuning a system that is optimal for long-term success. The Miracle House Foundation community has proven extraordinarily effective in addressing addiction in young men and is an affordable and available recovery solution for men that are willing to change their lives. A culmination of years upon years of experience has organically calibrated the structure set-forth by the Miracle House Foundation.
Recovery For Those Who Need It
From the outset, Miracle House Foundation provides world-class recovery services to individuals that would not usually be able to afford recovery of this caliber. It is our dream to offer what we have created to all the families that otherwise would not be able to access such high quality care for their sons—hard working people who deserve a chance like this. Addiction doesn’t discriminate, and neither should recovery. However, we can’t do it alone and your help is imperative. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, we depend on the generosity of folks like you to make life possible for those who really need it.