Friends of the Council
For gifts of stock or planned gifts, please contact Alicia Peoples at email@example.com or call 972.930.5507.
Thank you for your membership to the Friends of the Council Giving Society. Your donation ensures that North Texans in desperate need of mental and behavioral healthcare can access it.
Friends of the Council Society
Your support provides:
- Counseling sessions to a veteran or their family member.
- Outpatient treatment for individuals with a substance use disorder.
- Information and referral service to those who call or visit our campuses.
- School based prevention programs to at-risk elementary, middle and high school students.
- Intensive in home support for a formerly homeless person.
Our goal is to grow the Society membership to 100 individuals this year. We would like to thank our Founding members for their support.
Mike and Leigh Ann Richards
Dr. Ellawese Smith
I am so pleased to be this fiscal year’s Friends of the Council chair. The Friends of the Council Giving Society has been a wonderful and effective way for you, and North Texans like you, to make sure accessible and affordable addiction and mental health services are available to vulnerable members of our community.
These accessible and affordable services become even more important as the trauma of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, opioid epidemic, and Afghanistan draw-down increases the number of North Texans needing treatment. Our goal this year is to have 100 active members. In turn, I am looking forward to the opportunities we will provide this year for Friends of the Council members and prospective members to mingle, network, and learn more about Recovery Resource Council.
To kick things off, I invite you to join us on October 12, 2021, 4:30 – 6pm in the Lonestar Room at Stockyard Station, located at 131 E. Exchange Ave., Ste. 235, Fort Worth. Because of you, Recovery Resource Council is celebrating 75 years of service and with your continued support, we can provide another 75 years
Jason Moore, Chair
Friends of the Council
Get Help Now
If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction or mental health issues please call or email us via the online form. Services are offered virtually and in person free of charge or at a low cost. Recovery Resource Council is Joint Commission Accredited.