We continually strive—and succeed—in keeping administrative costs very low: 86% of our funding goes directly into programs and services to our clients and their families.
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Rise Recovery Financial Facts
- ANNUAL BUDGET: $1.15 mil (2015)
- SOURCES OF FUNDING: Individuals, businesses, churches, civic organizations, foundations, parents, fundraisers, United Way and interest on income.
- TAX EXEMPTION: All donations are tax-deductible. Rise Recovery is a 501(c)(3), non-profit organization.
- RISE RECOVERY is solely dependent upon contributions.
- AUDIT: Outside audits are prepared annually by an independent auditor.
- BOARD OF TRUSTEES: Community leaders who oversee the organization and finances and secure the funds to maintain the program.
- PARTICIPANTS: Teenagers, young adults and parents, and the siblings and children of drug and alcohol abusers and addicts, with 400 new families each year.
- COST IS FREE: Rise Recovery does not charge for its services at any level.
- COST EFFECTIVE: Rise Recovery is often the only source of help for the majority of the families who cannot afford private treatment and who seek a solution to their children’s drug and alcohol abuse problems. (Private treatment for one month: outpatient, $1,000 to $3,500; inpatient, $5,000 to $15,000).