Join in Giving Tuesday

The consequences of drug and alcohol use continue to devastate New Mexican communities and overdose rates continue to spike.

Treating those struggling with substance use disorder, alcohol use disorder and addiction is complex. The majority of our clients live significantly below the poverty line, many are unhoused and most deal with co-occurring health issues and inter-generational trauma.

We know recovery is possible because every day we see the positive impact our work has on those who come through our doors.

We make sure that every person who needs our help is provided the same high-quality, compassionate care, regardless of background, income, or insurance. We provide grants for those unable to pay.

But, we can’t do it alone.

You can make a difference and help us in our mission to support individuals on their path to lifelong recovery.

#GivingTuesday is an annual global generosity movement that will take place this year on Tuesday, November 29.  The idea is to unleash the power of getting involved and giving back in the community where you live and work. The global movement was started in 2012 with the simple idea of dedicating a day for people to do good. 

Ways you can help us in our mission to support individuals on their path to lifelong recovery.

Donate to Santa Fe Recovery Center and Four Corners Detox Recovery Center
Your generosity is essential to supporting individuals as they work to sustain lifelong recovery from substance use, addiction and related mental health disorders. Your gift is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.

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Many of our clients both men and women and their children under age 6 come into residential treatment with nothing.

Larry’s Fund
Larry Breitman was a devoted supporter to those in pursuit of a sober lifestyle and the alumni who achieved long-term recovery. To honor his memory, his family has organized a fund to support clients throughout their journey.  Funding will go toward clients and alumni essential unmet needs including access to transportation, food, and social connectedness.