Give the gift of recovery this holiday season and ensure no woman has to recover alone.
SHE RECOVERS® Foundation
Nika is just one of more than 325,000 women in the SHE RECOVERS® Community.
When she was ready to deal with her past traumas and what drove her to drink, SHE RECOVERS was there. Sadly an estimated 34 million women are suffering from mental health/substance use disorders.
This Holiday Season, give the gift of recovery by donating to SHE RECOVERS Foundation. With your help, we can continue to reach more women like Nika because no one should have to recover alone!
There are many ways to give the gift of recovery.
Give to yourself.
Purchase the SHE RECOVERS ‘My Recovery Patchwork’ Workbook to explore ways to strengthen your recovery.
Give to others.
When you purchase the SHE RECOVERS ‘My Recovery Patchwork’ Workbook for yourself, you have the opportunity to gift this resource for free to someone you care about.
Give to your community.
Submit an impact statement to help redefine recovery, share your message of hope and ultimately inspire other women in or seeking recovery.
Fundraise & send a recurring gift to SHE RECOVERS on Facebook.
Meta will match every recurring donation started between Nov. 15 and Dec. 31 on Facebook, up to $100.
Donate to the SHE RECOVERS Foundation.
Your generous contribution helps women just like Taylor access free, lifeline resources like the SHE RECOVERS Together Online twice-daily online support gatherings facilitated by trauma-informed healing professionals.
Explore our ‘Get Involved’ page to learn more about getting involved with our lifeline organization. You can become a SHE RECOVERS Partner, Friend of the Foundation, Volunteer, or Advocate. You can shop smart this holiday season by exploring gift options through our partners and friends, or spend a dollar and make a difference by shopping through Amazon Smile.
Because of SHE RECOVERS and this community my life is transformed. We stick together. It is a sisterhood that I could have never imagined. Thank you for supporting me to show up and be myself with NO SHAME. My recovery is the greatest gift.—Taylor