Our 10,000 Beds scholarship applicants cannot be described any other way…they are gracious and grateful. And desperate for help. All are fighting a battle with addiction, all are looking to us for help, for hope, for a scholarship. All are on our radar.
We love our applicants. We care about them. We worry about them. We pray for them. And we work every day to find available scholarship beds appropriate for their needs.
It’s a heavy load, but one we bear in humility and gratitude. We are fortunate to be able to provide the 10,000 Beds Scholarship program for individuals without resources seeking treatment for addiction.
We are fortunate to partner with incredible treatment programs throughout the United States that donate at least one scholarship annually.
We are fortunate to maintain relationships with some of our graduates and hear about the successes in their lives.
We are fortunate to have the support of organizations, corporations, and individuals who support our 501c3 nonprofit organization with funding through grants, contributions, and sponsorships.
Our scholarship process takes time, we are not an overnight placement program. We don’t work with insurance or cash at all. We only provide help through scholarships provided by our vetted treatment program partners.
Thank you to everyone who supports us. Thank you to our applicants who are literally fighting for their lives, but remain gracious and grateful as they wait for help.
We love what we do, we are blessed to do what we do, and we are heading out to see you in September and October as we launch our THIRD cross-country #ontheroad4recovery cross-country road trip in Big Blue! We will be making stops in Illinois, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Virginia and Tennessee. We hope to see you on the road!
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if we can bring a program to you. We speak to churches, schools, service organizations, elected officials, and communities about the reality of addiction and recovery. We come from a place of gratitude as parents of a son in recovery and members of families who have dealt with addiction on many levels.
We strive to be as gracious and grateful as our applicants. We admire them and we salute them.