Raise money for Serenity Recovery Center
Serenity Recovery Centers began as “Serenity House” in 1971 when a group of recovering alcoholics founded a safe haven for alcoholics seeking treatment. In the 40 years since our inception, we have never wavered in that initial commitment to offer counseling, education and advocacy for individuals and families in our community who are struggling with addiction — regardless of their ability to pay.
Serenity Recover Centers has evolved into a professional 501c3 nonprofit alcohol and drug addiction and co-occurring disorders treatment center. Serenity began in a one two-story building in the heart of Midtown Memphis, specifically, the Memphis Medical District.This facility provided a residential treatment program for men. The next addition was a second facility that provided residential services for women. In April of 2000, Serenity bought the historic Lowenstein House on North Waldran just north of Poplar. A major expansion project of both facilities and programs took place beginning in 2000 and continues to this day. Serenity now has a campus of four buildings serving both men and women with a complete array of addiction and recovery services.
With more than 15,000 alumni, Serenity is one of the most trusted names in helping clients become productive individuals once again by providing successful treatment regardless of a client’s ability to pay. Whether you are seeking treatment for the first time — or have relapsed – Serenity Recovery Centers boasts a high rate of recovery. Serenity’s counselors do not merely treat symptoms; they look deeper into underlying issues behind lifelong patterns of self-destructive behaviors. The core of our program is Recovery Dynamics which is a step-by-step plan of the proven successful program contained in the textbook of “Alcoholics Anonymous.”
YOU have loved Memphis well. Thank you!
~ Redeemers Group Love Well Initiative
|Jun 26||Cooper family||Undisclosed amount|
|Jun 25||Yolanda Conners||$107.35|
|Jun 25||Anita Martin||$54.10|
|Jun 25||Anonymous||Undisclosed amount|
|Jun 25||Robert W Biggs Jr||Undisclosed amount|
|Jun 25||Bo Luxman||Undisclosed amount|
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|Jun 23||Anonymous||Undisclosed amount|
|Jun 23||Jennifer Hoffrage||$27.48|