The RASE Project is a 501 (c) 3, non-profit, charitable organization. RASE is a Recovery Community Organization, which means that it is comprised entirely of staff and volunteers from the Recovery Community and it exists to serve the Recovery Community. Recovery Community is defined as: any person in, or seeking recovery, their families, close friends and other loved ones.
The RASE Project was designed to provide a voice and body for the anonymous recovering population. For decades there has been a strong advocacy movement for persons struggling with mental health issues; the RASE Project did the same for persons in recovery from the disease of addiction. RASE provided advocacy for persons being discriminated against due to the disease of addiction. The RASE Project began its services by providing grassroots organizing and built a strong regional body of dedicated advocates committed to speaking out for the rights of the Recovery Community.
The RASE Project serves Central Pennsylvania by providing advocacy services for individuals in or seeking recovery from the disease of addiction; safe and secure therapeutic recovery housing for women in early recovery; peer to peer recovery services like Buprenorphine Care Coordination, Recovery Specialist services, Life Skills classes, Recovery 101 groups, Recovery Planning and Vocational Assistance; positive social events like dances, workshops, and breakfasts; consciousness raising activities like the Tree of Hope, Recovery Fest, Recovery Rocks; and public policy forums to disseminate the most recent legislation affecting the Recovery Community. We facilitate grassroots organizing in the Recovery Community to draw vital and enthusiastic volunteers. Ultimately, we strive to enhance the recovery process through positive interaction and empowering assistance.
100 North Cameron Street, Suite 401-E
Harrisburg, PA 17101
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