2017 Partners

Partners agree that they support the platform and mission statement of FED UP!

Email us to have your organization added to this list which is arranged in alphabetical order

Links are provided for those organizations that have made 2017 supporting donations of $100 or more (in cash or in-kind services) to the FED UP! Coalition.

Let us know if your donation is in memory of, or in honor of, a loved one, so we can add his or her name to the listing at the bottom of this page.

PARTNER ORGANIZATIONS:
Addicts Family Lifeline, Inc. — Advocates for Opioid Recovery — 
Advocates for the Reform of Prescription Opioids — AED Foundation — Afflicted by Addiction — American Addiction Centers — A New Start, Inc. — Angel Parents Against Drugs — Angels Have Wings — Anthony’s Act — Association of Recovery Schools (ARS) — Attack Addiction — Avanti Wellness L.L.C. – Axis 1 Center — Balance House — Beaach — Tuyn Funeral Home, Inc. — Beaches Recovery Services — Beaufort County Alcohol and Drug Abuse Department — Behind the Orange Curtain — Beyond Addiction Ministry — Boise Ignite — BreakingTheCycles.com — Bryan’s HOPE (Heroin Opiate Prevention Education) — The Honorable Mary Bono — CAL Laboratory Services — CANDLE Inc. — Caron Treatment Centers — Casa Columbia — Center for Prevention Services — Change Addiction Now, United We CAN. — Christian Life Prison and Recovery Ministries, Inc. — Clean Getaway — Coalition Against Substance Abuse of Tulsa — CognifiSense, Inc.  Compassionate Friends — Confirmatrix Labs — Coalition for Community Services (NY) — Connect the Pieces (CTP) — Connections Community Support Programs, Inc. — Courage to Speak Foundation — Critter’s Crusade, Inc.  Dare Casa — David Sheff — Derik’s Jedi Project — Delphi Behavioral Health Group — Doctors for America  The Gene Duffy Foundation — Drug Crisis In Our Backyard  DrugDead.org — Dynamic Youth Community, Inc. — Dynamite Youth Center Foundation, Inc. — End the Struggle — EndTheStigma EnoughIsEnough — facingaddiction.org — Faces and Voices of Recovery — FaegreBD Consulting — Families Against Narcotics — Families Anonymous — Tenafly,NJ Chapter — Father Martin’s Ashley — Foundation for Recovery — F#@k Heroin Foundation — Get Prescription Drugs Off the Street (GPDOTS) — Get Unhooked — Glow Media — Gosnold on Cape Cod — GRASP Coalition (The Southwest Council) — Headway Coalition — Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation — Hearts of Hope — Heroin Action Coalition of Montgomery County (MD) — HeroinSupport.org — HHS — High Point Treatment Center — Hope Over Addiction — I Am Not Anonymous — Identifi Bio Sciences — Ian Mautner Foundation — Jade Wellness Center — James’ Place, Inc. — JBIT Med Pro — Justice and Recovery Advocates, Inc. — Justicesfight — King County Take Back Your Meds Coalition — Know the Truth — MN Adult & Teen Challenge — Las Vegas Recovery Center — Layne & Sandra Kresser & Family in Memory of Josh Kresser — Learn to Cope — Live4Lali, Inc. — Love Ever After — Lower Cape Community Addiction Network — Luo Treatment & Recovery Center — Maryland Heroin Awareness Advocates — Maryland House Detox — Massachusetts Organization for Addiction Recovery — McHenry City Substance Abuse Coalition — McShinn Foundation — Medsafe — Meridian Treatment Solutions — Message Carriers of Pennsylvania, Inc. — Minnesota Recovery Connection — Mi-HOPE Michigan — Mitchell’s Hope — MIWhoSoEver — Mothers with a Purpose — National Coalition Against Prescription Drug Abuse — National Incarceration Association — National Safety Council — National Youth Recovery Foundation — NCADD-Maryland — NCADD-New Jersey — New Direction 4 New Hope, Inc. —  Newton County Community Coalition — Nopiates — North Middlesex Community Cares (MA) — Northern Lights Against Substance Abuse — Not One More — Oberstein Corp — Olivia Jollota Memorial Trust  Overdose Lifeline, Inc  Parent to Parent, Inc. — Phoenix House — Physicians for Responsible Opioid Prescribing — Pima County Health Department — Police Assisted Addiction and Recovery Initiative (PAARI) — POWER (serving women in recovery) — Patrick Kennedy — Pro-Act – PUSH/LICADD — Raising Awareness and Understanding in Recovery — Rebuilding Shattered Lives — Recoveryas.com — Recovery Associates of Palm Beaches, Inc. — Recovery Centers of America — Recovery Unplugged — Recovery Anne Arundel – REEL Recovery Film Festival – RockStar SuperStar Project — Runwell, the Linda Quirk Foundation — Rx Epidemic Memorial Foundation — Safe Rx — Sage’s Army — Save Our Children Peer Family Support Group — Save the Michaels of the World — Schenectady Justice Forum — Seabrook House — Shatterproof — Southern New Hampshire Medical Centre  Sovereign Health Group —Serenity Acres Treatment Center — Stacie Mathewson Foundation — Starting Over — Steered Straight, Inc. — Steve Rummler Hope Network — StopDrugDeath.com — STOPPnow — Sunrise Detox — Supportive Housing and Innovative Partnerships (SHIP) — Susan Kilmusko & Family in Memory of Austin Klimusko — Tara De Rogatis Foundation — The Addict’s Mom — The Addict’s Parents United — The Bridge Foundation — The Chris Atwood Foundation — The Compassionate Friends — The Farley Center — The Lance Juracka Foundation for Recovery — The Hope2gether Foundation — The McShin Foundation — The Open Doorway of Cape Cod, Inc. — The Shores Treatment & Recovery — Timberline Knolls — Today I Matter — Touch Coalition — Tradition Not Addiction — Transforming Youth Recovery — Treatment Communities of America — Tri-County Memory Walk – Victoria’s Voice — Voices Advocacy — Warning: Take Only As Directed — Watauga Recovery Center —We Remember Billy — WestCare Foundation, Inc. — Wilmington Treatment Center — Y.E.L.L. for the Ignored — Yoga for Wellness, LLC — You Are Linked to Resources for Families of People with Substance Abuse Problems — Young People in Recovery (YPR) —

2017 donations have been made in memory of, or in honor of, the loved ones listed below: (in alphabetical order by last name):
IN MEMORY OF:
Keith DeBoutez (10/29/1960-05/31/2012) – Michael Carmen Guidice (5/23/1975-6/10/2004 – Emily Jackson (2/22/1988-8/18/2006) – Joey Rovero (3/9/1988-12/18/2009) – Steve Rummler (5/28/1968-7/1/2011)

IN HONOR OF: