We’re in this together.

On Tuesday, December 1st, Capital District Recovery Center is participating in #GivingTuesday, a national day of philanthropy (following Black Friday and Cyber Monday) where you can support non-profits doing excellent work in our community.

The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged CDRC, but our all-volunteer staff and board members have worked diligently to ensure that the facilities at our location are in compliance with the NY Forward Safety Plan, which includes: disinfecting and cleaning, social distancing, masking, temperature screening, tracking, traffic flow and all the protocols required by the State of New York a part of our daily operation.

Prior to the pandemic, CDRC was bustling with approximately 230 meetings per month. Our goal is to continue offering the very essence of the recovery model: Provide a safe and supportive space for people seeking recovery from addictions by offering a one-stop location for 12 Step recovery meetings, recovery supports, and programs for self-improvement and spiritual growth. People from all walks of life come through our door, seeking a connection that starts with being present in a safe community with their peers and people who understand the journey of recovery. 

Your gift matters during this critical time in the lives of those who need a dedicated space to meet. Please consider participating in #GivingTuesday by making an online gift to CDRC. Perhaps even consider becoming a monthly donor. Every donation counts and is gratefully accepted. 

Additionally, please consider offering the gift of your time as a valuable volunteer. We are always in need of individuals who want to share their time and talent with us. Please email us at volunteer@capitaldistrictrecoverycenter.org and we will contact you or click for the volunteer application

However you choose to participate in #GivingTuesday, we give thanks for you and your generosity - today and always - for remembering that CDRC is here to ensure that recovery meetings will always be available for those who are in need.