The 2016 Innovation Summit starts TOMORROW! We are excited to join our nonprofit partners, government representatives, businesses, and entrepreneurs at a Summit that is sure to change the way we do business. Together, we will learn how we can work together to utilize data and innovation to shape policies and build healthier communities. It doesn't get any better than that!
Thank you to everyone who came out to help us celebrate our Recovery Camps Grand Opening in the snow! Amazing turnout. Amazing community. Time to move in! Check out the Channel 4 news story about our Grand Opening!
Happy Holidays to all our patients, friends, and partners! Here's to a 2016 full of meaning, purpose, and recovery!
A huge holiday thank you to Jane Olsen and the Utah State Courts for contributing the amazing hygiene kits (and so much more) for our veterans. We truly appreciate your generosity and are so excited to provide one with every bed in our new Recovery Campus!
On November 30th Ally Bank came to visit First Step House and, as part of their Veterans Service Project, presented us with 61 hygiene kits for our patients. We are so grateful for the time, energy, and resources that went into this project. It was an incredible show of generosity by the employees of Ally Bank - the kits are amazing!
Tomorrow we will be attending Utah Philanthropy Day to honor Utah's philanthropic and volunteer leaders. We live in such an incredible community with a wealth of generosity. From businesses like Rocky Mountain Power to individuals like Victor Rickman, our community is full of people taking care of one another and our community.
We would like to give a HUGE shout out to the supporters of our Long-term Recovery Management program. This program will expand our ability to stay connected and provide continuing care for patients managing their chronic substance use disorder. THANK YOU Sorenson Legacy Foundation, Adobe Foundation, and the George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles Foundation for partnering with us on this essential program!
We are pleased to announce that Mayor Becker will be holding a press conference to provide an update on the 5,000 Doors Initiative at our new Recovery Campus!
The Forever Young Foundation awarded over $60,000 in cash awards and even more in in-kind contributions to incredible local nonprofit organizations in the last two days.