Since 2006, Asheville-based Next Step Recovery, Inc. has been one of the nation’s leading not-for-profit providers of extended care and sober living services for men in early recovery from substance use and co-occurring disorders.
Next Step Recovery provides clinically-managed, residential care to men in early recovery from substance use and co-occurring disorders. We implement evidenced-based treatment in a safe environment where men can successfully transition back into society as productive citizens.
Because of the nature of addiction, many of our program participants come to us having lost nearly everything: their jobs, their savings, their personal relationships, their health, and their sense of worth. Our highly structured and comprehensive recovery programs help men move from hopelessness to dignified, self-sufficient, and successful lives in sustained long-term sobriety.
Your generosity can help offset the expense of early recovery care when individuals are focused on restoring their health, developing relapse prevention skills, and securing full-time employment or education.
There are many ways you can help bridge the gap between despair and recovery. Your gift—no matter how large or small—helps change and save lives.
We are committed to providing a sober living community for men who could benefit from our highly structured recovery support. Our scholarship fund helps remove financial barriers to extended care that is essential for achieving long-term sobriety. Your donation help buy precious time for participants to heal and get on the road to recovery, self-sufficiency, and a meaningful contributive life.
Next Step Recovery, Inc. offers a variety of structured programs to ensure our participants have the support they need to be successful in long-term recovery. Program-specific donations help us ensure we can continue to offer innovative and evidence-based recovery services. Choose the program that speaks to your heart whether it is our intensive outpatient program, recovery housing, job skills training, or outdoor adventures. We can help you choose a program that will make the greatest impact.
Fundraising events are great ways to support our scholarship fund for those with financial need. These events are also wonderful ways to eliminate stigma and raise awareness in your community for the needs of those living with substance use disorders. If you would like to host a fundraising event to support Next Step Recovery’s scholarship fund, we would love to partner with you and can help you get started.
The Next Step Endowment
Built on the generosity of alumni and friends, our endowment fund helps us generate a predictable income that guarantees our organization’s long-term financial health while enabling us to assist individuals and families with financial need. The Next Step Endowment also helps us invest in our non-profit’s growth. You can make a contribution in honor or memory of an individual or family. This naming opportunity is a meaningful commemoration that brings about real change for good.
You can leave a lasting legacy that will support generations to come by making Next Step Recovery a beneficiary of your estate and assets through planned gifts such as
- Bequest in a will
- Charitable remainders
- Charitable lead trust
- Retained life estate
- Stocks and bonds
- Retirement fund or life insurance
We can help you explore options for making a meaningful and lasting gift.
Next Step Recovery, Inc. is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization that relies on the generous support of alumni, family, and friends. All donations to Next Step Recovery, Inc. are tax deductible to the full extent allowable by law. Tax ID: 20-4570082
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Recovery is the Real Adventure. Embrace the journey with other young men on the same path. Lean on Next Step as your support network as you work toward sustainable sobriety. You don’t have to make the climb back to a life of meaning by yourself, but you do have to start. Take the next step toward your future today.