Rise Recovery is looking for talented and dedicated people who will help carry out our mission through committee work and administrative support.   Our work and volunteer force consists of a diverse group of people from all walks of life who share a devotion to improving the well-being and betterment of our community.

Whether you want to help out a few hours a month or lend your skills in a committee role, we are grateful for your service.

Periodically, we will have new volunteer opportunities; please check back on this website for updates.

Administrative Support

Rise Recovery needs ongoing secretarial support at both locations to answer phones, take messages, and enter data. If you have a passion for providing great customer service or can lend your data entry skills, please contact our office.

Volunteer Committees

Rise Recovery committees are a team of volunteers and staff working together to further our mission. Please email Courtney Laverty, claverty@riserecovery.org, to get involved in any of our committees below.

Fundraising Committee: This committee works on two annual events that directly benefit our mission:  the Annual Breakfast held in the late spring and the Holiday Season Appeal from November to December 31st. If you have a passion for fundraising, relationship building, sales, public relations, event planning, or graphic design, we would love for you to join our team!

Community Outreach Committee: This team of volunteers brings highly-respected speakers to San Antonio to address various topics revolved around substance abuse and recovery. In order to provide successful educational events free to the public, we need a creative, organized, and passionate team of volunteers to meet monthly for planning sessions. If you have a passion for event planning, community organizing, public/media relations, communications, marketing, advertising, graphic design, or volunteer management, we would love for you to join our team!


Contact the Rise Recovery Program Director, Trish Frye at tfrye@riserecovery.org, if you are a person in long-term, stable recovery and would like to directly serve as a mentor.

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