We are #ontheroad4recovery!
Sponsored by Elevated Billing Solutions
10,000 Beds is honored to partner with extraordinary treatment programs throughout the United States to provide treatment scholarships to people without resources seeking help for addiction. We are privileged to sponsor the #ontheroad4recovery program which takes us around the United States to speak to families, organizations and individuals about recovery. We love the many friends we have made in the addiction treatment and recovery worlds. We are humbled to have this opportunity. You are are heroes. – Jean & Hal Krisle
To qualify for a treatment scholarship, please complete the online application (the only way to apply).
Once you’ve applied for a scholarship, please remember to check in every Monday by email per the instructions you received following your application submission! This is what keeps your application active!
Hang in there, you are on our radar! And if we have a hold on new applications, please be patient, it’s only because we have a waiting list of qualified applicants and we need to catch up!
Who we are: 10,000 Beds, Inc. is a 501c3 nonprofit organization. We partner with extraordinary treatment programs throughout the United States to provide addiction treatment scholarships to individuals seeking help but without resources.
What we do: In 2016, we awarded $1,000,000 in addiction treatment scholarships. In 2017, we awarded more than $2,500,000 in scholarships. We are working hard to reach our goal of $10,000,000 in total awarded scholarships!
Where we are: We are #ontheroad4recovery. We are crisscrossing the United States in “BigBlue” (our RV) to raise awareness and change perceptions of addiction and recovery. When not out on the road, we call Utah “home”.
Treatment programs, we invite you to donate a scholarship bed!
JOIN THE CLUB! To join our limited membership ONE THOUSAND CLUB (only 1,000 members!), please make a $100 donation on our unique Club Member fundraising page here! You will receive a 10,000 Beds ONE THOUSAND CLUB t-shirt and a 10,000 Beds sticker as a thank you, along with exclusive club member benefits listed on the club page! For more information: Check out our FAQ page!
One bed = one scholarship = one life.
Celebrate Recovery. End This Epidemic!
We need your help to help more who are seeking and needing addiction treatment. Please consider supporting our mission by making a donation today!
10,000 Beds In The News
SCHOLARSHIPS FOR ADDICTS, 10,000 Beds Founder Jean Krisle on ABC4-Utah, March 2017: Read full article here.
SHE SOLD HER HOME, WHAT WOULD YOU DO FOR YOUR NONPROFIT Forbes.com, April 2017: Read full article here.
BLACK TAR MORMON, ABC4-Utah, August 2017: the intro interview with Dan Workman describing his descent into the depths of heroin. And his recovery.
DAN WORKMAN’S 10,000 BEDS INTERVIEW WITH ABC4UTAH’S RANDALL CARLISLE: The author of Black Tar Mormon talks about his addiction and recovery. For the full story, click here.
Everything We Do Comes From A Place Of GRATITUDE
Our founder, Jean Krisle, is the grateful mother of a son who chose treatment over death.
Jean is keenly aware that she is one of the lucky ones. She is also aware that each new day with her son is a miracle.There are many who have lost their children to this destructive disease. She grieves with those who grieve and strives to provide hope to those whose hope is waning.
Along with prayers for peace for the countless who have lost loved ones to the deadly misuse of substances, Jean expresses her personal gratitude and prays that all in recovery will continue to choose life.
At 10,000 Beds, following the lead of our founder, everything we do to support and promote recovery is our way of expressing joy and gratitude for every new day of life chosen by each person in recovery.
We celebrate recovery. We are grateful for recovery. Our mission is recovery.
Images clockwise from top left: A) Jean Krisle with her son Kollin, June 2017; B) Proud Mom with Kollin at a Kenpo belt test; C) Goofing off during the holidays, and D) Kollin snuggling with this two girls.