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Help Us Bring the Hope of Recovery to Our Community!

It takes a lot to care for the needs of the recovery community in the Chicago region. Since government aid can only go so far, we rely heavily on the support of individuals and local businesses. Fortunately, many have stepped up in the past, and we are grateful for their help. However, there is still much work to be done, and we could always use more support.

Discover How You Can Get Involved

If you or a business you represent are interested in partnering with our organization, then we first want to say thank you. Your passion for supporting addiction recovery is what gets us out of bed in the morning. Because of people like you, there is hope for the future.

Secondly, we want to help you figure out how to best use your resources to support our cause. Here are the three main ways you can support New Directions:

  • Sponsorship – Many charitable organizations have donated to our various efforts. Visit our sponsors page to learn more about how your organization can get involved.
  • Volunteer – We are always in need of people to help at our sober bar, The Other Side. For instance, we need people to help with events, fundraising, membership, and more! Visit our volunteer page to sign up.
  • Donate – Even if you don’t have time to spare for volunteering, you can still support New Directions through your finances. Visit our donate page to give right on our site.

Contact Us Today to Learn More

If you have questions about supporting our organization, please do not hesitate to contact us. We would be happy to help you determine how you can best support recovery in our region.

Finally, thank you once again for your willingness to support our cause. Your contributions will make a huge difference in the lives of many hurting people in our region.

If you have any questions about supporting New Directions, please contact us at 779-220-0336 or by email at info@ndars.org.

HELP US PROVIDE SUPPORT FOR THOSE RECOVERING FROM ADDICTION