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Recovery Tapestry

Every Thread Counts
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RECOVERY TAPESTRY

Every Thread Counts :: The Faces and Voices of Recovery

 

Join the Austin Recovery Network in weaving a tapestry of the voices, images and stories of RECOVERY.

We are working to elevate stories of recovery - 

the triumphs and defeats, the success and the loss.

 

Everyone knows what addiction looks like.

Very few know what it looks like to have and hold recovery.

 

Claim your spot in our Recovery Tapestry - by giving to the work of the Austin Recovery Network, you have the opportunity to bring to light your story or the story of someone you love. We want them all - the good, the tragic, the triumphant.

 

These are the Visible People of Recovery - while some remain Anonymous, none are afraid. 

 

Upon making a donation of any size to the work of Austin Recovery Network, you will be invited to submit your story of active recovery and upload an image into our Recovery Tapestry story bank (think NPR's Story Corp). You can also gift a place to others in recovery by making a donation to this monumental effort. 

 

This is also an incredible opportunity to honor a friend, loved one, sponsor or family member and their legacy by giving to the continuing work of recovery that is embodied by the Austin Recovery Network.

*If you would like to share your story, but cannot give, please send an email to lsamiloglu@austinrecovery.org and we will find a story sponsor for you.

 

CLICK THE IMAGE BELOW TO SEE THE FULL TAPESTRY at www.recoverytapestry.org.

 

The Austin Recovery Network was formed by bringing together Austin Recovery, University High School and Keystone APG together into one cohesive and collaborative organization to marshall resources and optimize efforts to make recovery and recovery supports accessible and readily available to people in need, regardless of age or station.

We are working toward a first-of-its-kind system of care that is person-centered and available throughout a lifetime.

Each of our services, Austin Recovery, Family House, UHS, Keystone APG and Austin Recovery Alumni continue to provide their unique and individualized services - we are now simply working as a co-ordinated agency to both increase access and bolster programming to reduce redundancy and expenses. 

Help Us Weave the Tapestry


Add Your Name and Your Story

For any donation amount, add your Name and your Story to the Recovery Tapestry.

Recovery Ally

For any donation amount, add your Name and your Story to the Recovery Tapestry as a friend or family member of someone in recovery.

$5 per month recurring donation

For about the price of a fancy coffee per month, you can support the life-altering work of Austin Recovery Network.

$50 Support Someone's Story

Give in support of others so that they can add their story to the Recovery Tapestry.

$100 Gold Thread Support

Add your story and your photograph to the Recovery Tapestry and support the work of Austin Recovery Network, bringing lifesaving access to people in need of recovery, regardless of age or station

$250 Honor Thread Support

Honor your loved one (sponsor, sponsee, friend, parent or child) and add their name, sobriety date, photo and/or story to the Recovery Tapestry. We will send a beautiful commemorative card to you or them.

$500 Platinum Thread Support

Honor your loved one (sponsor, sponsee, friend, parent or child) and add their name, sobriety date, photo and/or story to the Recovery Tapestry. We will send a beautiful commemorative card to you or them and feature their story on the Recovery Tapestry site.

$1,000 Sustainer's Council

Make an annual gift of $1000 and you are joined into the Edith Royal Sustainer's Council of the Austin Recovery Network - a group of passionate and dedicated supporters of the Austin Recovery Network commited to serving on-going recovery support to folks regardless of age or station. 

$5,000 SPONSOR the Tapestry

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