Design for Recovery sober living scholarship is offering a $1,000 to help students who fight every day to overcome the devastating effects of addiction. If you or a loved one deal with alcoholism or drug addiction, we want to hear from you.
If interested, please tell us your story. In 500-1,000 words, we want to know what it was like, what happened, and what it’s like now. How has addiction affected your life and/or the lives of loved ones around you? How has addiction motivated you to change your life for the better? What obstacles—either past, present, or future—must you overcome, either in sobriety or in pursuing your education?
We realize addiction is a family disease. That although the addict uses, the family often suffers along with them. This is why we want to hear from you even If you do not personally identify as an addict. If a friend or loved one’s addiction left an indelible impact on your life, please feel free to apply.
Sober Living Scholarship
We also believe that this scholarship will motivate you to lend a helping hand to a struggling addict in the future. It is a chain reaction that may one day reverse the woeful trend that now befalls this country, with drug overdoses claiming the lives of more than 70,000 people every year.
It is a great opportunity for people who don’t have health insurance. The recovery process can rack up a heavy bill in most treatment centers. For those who don’t have the financial resources to pay for addiction recovery, recovering addicts scholarships are a great way to meet your sober life goals.
Please submit your personal stories of alcohol addiction, substance abuse, or motivation for a brighter future by October 31, 2022. We will be awarding a well-deserving student with our $1,000 scholarship by December 15, 2022. E-mail all submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Treatment Center Scholarships Vs. University Scholarships
In comparison, university scholarships often require you to meet stringent academic requirements as part of the application process. Although we do not offer a full tuition scholarship, we believe that even a small amount of money can help recovering addicts make their dreams a reality. We want to provide the resources necessary for you to focus on your recovery and achieve success in the future.
We understand how challenging addiction can be, and we want to give you the opportunity to make changes in your life. We want to help you move forward and make a difference in the world. We hope you take advantage of this special opportunity and wish you the best on your journey toward recovery. So apply now and tell us your story!
About Design for Recovery
Design for Recovery is a sober living in LA, with residences in Mar Vista and Westchester. It implements a structured, 12 Step-based program centered on the principles of honesty, integrity, accountability, responsibility, and service to rebuild the lives of men desperate to break free from the chains of their addiction. The main focus is addressing the root causes of addiction to better ensure long-term success beyond the walls of sober living.
Design for Recovery is dedicated to helping addicts create a new life in sobriety built on a sturdy foundation of principles, moral uprightness, service, and continued self-development.
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