Partner Organizations - Family Tree Recovery

Partner Organizations

Help individuals and families recover from drug addiction and alcoholism.

Shaun Blott (on left) Director of Family Tree Recovery
Tony Parker (on right) Executive Director for the Lantern in Cleveland Ohio 

Partner Organizations

Family Tree Recovery partners with highly vetted addiction support and recovery organizations to help fund critical recovery services that make a difference for families and individuals suffering from addiction. Family Tree Recovery evaluates and selects its strategic partner organizations based on the following criteria:

  • Must offer hands-on recovery support.
  • Must demonstrate financial accountability & transparency.
  • Must be primarily private donation & community support driven.
  • Services must be accessible regardless of financial situation.
  • Must demonstrate a strong track record of recovery success.
  • Organizational leadership must be present & accessible.

Current Partner Organizations

Stout Street

(Denver, CO)

The mission of Stout Street Foundation (SSF) is to provide the necessary services and support in a totally structured therapeutic community environment to assist addicts and alcoholics to help themselves in rehabilitation, recovery, and transition in returning to society as productive and responsible citizens. SSF operates as a not for profit, self-sufficient organization without primary economic dependence on municipal, state, or federal funding. Within the structured environment, Stout Street Foundation will provide for food, lodging, and specific programs and treatment for residents.

The Lantern

(Cleveland, OH)

The Lantern is a fully self-supporting 501(c)3 non-profit organization. The Lantern does not rely on government funding, rather we concentrate our revenue strategies on private donations and community support to assure our programming remains free for any man that needs and wants help. We believe that everyone, regardless of their ability to pay, deserves access to care. The primary goal of the Lantern is to help with recovery from addiction and to continue to provide a support system to these people and their families.

Joshua 1:2

(San Angelo, TX)

Family Tree Recovery believes that education and awareness is key to removing the stigma around drug addiction and alcoholism. Substance abuse addiction can impact anyone, but often struggling families and individuals don’t know where to turn to for help, leaving them feeling hopeless and isolated. To ensure no one is alone in their path to recovery, Family Tree Recovery shares information and resources both online and locally.