Year-to-date, ARCHway has awarded $57,218 in grants to increase access to treatment and recovery for those impacted by substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders.
During Q4 of 2021, the executive committee was able to award grants to the following recovery-oriented systems of care. Read more about how these organizations will be utilizing their ARCHway grant.
Lighthouse Behavioral Health Solutions – Marysville, OH
The mission of Lighthouse is to provide a welcoming and safe environment for those in need of care for treatment and recovery from substance use disorders and mental illness. The ARCHway grant awarded to Lighthouse will be used to subsidize sober living costs for clients who meet income qualifications.
Invictus Woods Sober Living– Peoria, IL
Used to cover the financial cost of a month of recovery housing for an individual in early recovery.
TROSA – Durham, NC
TROSA is an innovative, multi-year residential program that empowers people with substance use disorders to be productive, recovery individuals by providing comprehensive treatment, experiential vocational training, education, and continuing care. The funds provided through this ARCHway grant will be utilized to increase access to the treatment and recovery resources for individuals in need of financial support.
Glenbeigh’s Niles House – Rockcreek, OH
Utilized to cover the cost of recovery housing for individuals coming into Niles House without the financial means.
Healing Transitions – Raleigh, NC
Healing Transitions will use these funds to support their long-term recovery program, which serves homeless, uninsured, and underserved adults with substance use disorders. The program is peer-driven and includes 4 distinct stages that support one’s journey towards long-term success in recovery.
Hilljack House – St. Louis, MO
Hilljack House provides safe and affordable housing to those in early recovery. They will use these funds to provide food cards and hygiene packages to new residents. 90% of their residents arrive jobless and without support from family and friends. These funds will help them with basic needs until they receive their first paycheck.
New Foundations Transitional Living– Cincinnati, OH
Utilized for program participants entering recovery housing at New Foundations. The grant will cover the intake fee and the cost of a welcome basket for multiple residents. The welcome basket will contain sheets, pillows, hygiene items, snacks, and other items which most do not have upon arrival.
Drug-Free Punta Gorda – Punta Gorda, FL
This educational grant awarded by ARCHway will be used for costs associated with DFPG’s Student Impact Teams (S.I.T.). This is a program to develop middle school and high school students in peer prevention advocacy.
Next Step Recovery Housing– Jacksonville, AR
The ARCHway grant helps fund recovery housing for individuals arriving at the house for the first time. This eases the burden of their financial obligations and allows time for the peer workers at Next Step Recovery Housing to work with the individuals coming in and help them find employment.
West Virginia Sober Living – Morgantown, WV
Facilitating connection with family and repairing and fostering healthy relationships is critical to long-term success for the participants at WV Sober Living. The ARCHway grant was split between participants in their women and women with children programs to help the women afford presents for their children. This reduces some of the stress of the holidays in addition to building positive family relationships.
Take Action Today – West Frankfort, IL
This ARCHway grant was utilized to cover the cost of care packages for incarcerated populations. Packages contained spiritual and recovery literature, comfort foods, hygiene items, and information on how individuals may engage in recovery support services upon release.
Child and Family Empowerment Center – St. Louis, MO.
Supports the cost of transportation for people in recovery from substance use disorders. Transportation continues to be a barrier for people to get to treatment, support groups, and employment. The lack of reliable vehicles coupled with the absence of valid driver’s licenses increasing the number of missed appointments to treatment, job interviews, etc. CAFE believes that transportation is a key solutions enabling better access to recovery.
PreventEd – St. Louis, MO
Helps fund PreventEd’s Adult Assessments and Referrals Program, which connects St. Louis area adults impacted by substance use disorder with the resources to make positive change in their lives. The grant will actually cover the assessment fee for about 20 individuals coming through this program.
Surrender House – Cape Coral, FL
This ARCHway grant will fund an individuals intake fees and first months rent at Surrender House.
The Hornbuckle Foundation – Littleton, CO.
This ARCHway grant will be used towards sober living scholarships and peer recovery coaching for individuals coming through The Hornbuckle Foundation.
Regenerate Your Authentic Nature (RYAN) – Ft. Myers, FL
This ARCHway grant will go towards recovery housing costs for individuals with a financial need at RYAN.