With Your Support, Hope is Restored.
“Substance abuse is the primary driver of health care costs in Texas. And the economic impact of substance abuse in Bexar County is more than $1.7 billion per year, according to the state commission on substance abuse.”
– Dr. David L. Lakey, Texas Department of State Health Services Commissioner
Your donation to Rise Recovery is an investment that saves the lives of young people, restores families, and creates a safer, healthier community.
Ways You Can Give Hope
Make a safe and secured online contribution using your VISA, MasterCard, or American Express credit card or debit card. You can designate how much and how often you want to give, or dedicate a gift in honor or in memory of a loved one. Please click the button below.
Donate by Check
If you prefer to make a donation via check, simply mail your check to:
P.O. Box 15322
San Antonio, TX 78212
“Friends of Rise Recovery” Recurring Gift
By scheduling automatic donations on a monthly, quarterly or annual basis, you will join the Friends of Rise Recovery giving program. You can choose how much, how often, and how long your support continues to change lives. Your loyal support as a Friend of Rise Recovery makes recovery possible for individuals in need year-round. Click here to become a Friend of Rise Recovery.
Recognize someone special in your life by dedicating a one-time, monthly or planned gift to Rise Recovery in honor or in memory of your loved one. A letter will be sent to the person you identify (including the family of the departed, if you like) notifying them of your generous contribution. Click on the Donation Page to access our form, check the Tribute gift option and follow the steps.
Achieve your financial goals and keep the mission of Rise Recovery thriving by leaving a Planned Gift to Rise Recovery. Talk to your trusted financial advisor or attorney to guide you through your decision-making. A bequest is one planned giving option that may interest you. Support the incredible programs of Rise Recovery by naming it as a beneficiary in your will or living trust. A bequest may be a specific sum, percentage of your estate, or the residue of the estate; it may consist of cash, real estate or other property. To make a bequest, please include the following statement in your will or living trust:
“I give and bequeath to Rise Recovery, a non-profit 501 (c)(3) recovery program for teens, young adults, and families, located in San Antonio, TX, the sum of $____ or ____ percentage of my residuary estate or the following described property: _______, to be used for general purposes.”
For more information, or to discuss any of these fully tax-deductible giving options, please contact us at 210-227-2634.