The mission of the Hornbuckle Foundation is to provide hope and support to people suffering from substance use disorder, by assisting them in finding tools and resources to transition into productive and positive members of society.
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THIS IS A LIFESTYLE
NAVIGATE CHALLENGE & CELEBRATE BREAKTHROUGH
At Hornbuckle Foundation we provide sober living scholarships, transitional housing, and peer recovery coaching. We believe in taking action with urgency in dealing with substance use disorder. Please join us by supporting our efforts to make a measurable difference in the lives of others. We pride ourselves on being one of Colorado's recovery non-profits that create change. We are deeply thankful to the generous contributions from the community and continued support.
Our coaches personally drive and support clients to discover, obtain, and maintain a new life experience free of addiction. Personal assistance in this process has proven to be an effective approach to longevity in recovery. As an alternative to, or in conjunction with other applications, sober coaching is designed to help navigate challenge and celebrate breakthrough. We help find new ways to approach thinking, feeling, and behaving. Practical and creative problem solving help the client actively participate in co-creating their new life.
SOBER LIVING PLACEMENT PROGRAM
By the time most people get to the point that they are ready to pay for Sober Living, they’ve already spent everything they have on their addiction, medical costs, legal fees, and drug and alcohol rehab. It’s really difficult to find creative sources of income to funnel into paying a sober living bill. This is why our mission centers on helping individuals that have already begun the recovery process and are seeking financial assistance for continued recovery support.
THANK YOU TO OUR CONTRIBUTORS
"The scholarship that I received from the Hornbuckle foundation was an absolute blessing from the universe. After completing my 30 day inpatient program, and talking with counselors and Therapists to go into sober living. It was a challenging step in life, but one of the best decisions I’ve ever made."