Donation & Support
A Call to Rise
Since opening our doors in Colorado in 2006, we’ve grown to offer free recovery support programs to more than 22,000 people in nine cities across five states…
And we’re just getting started.
The Phoenix can transform the lives of millions of Americans suffering from substance use disorder today, but we need your help. Whether you’re donating via the form below, opening your gym doors to our Phoenix satellite program, or sharing our message with someone who has been affected by addiction, we are deeply grateful for your support.
It costs just over a $1 a day for an individual to participate in our programs. A monthly donation of $40 goes a long way by helping a new team member join The Phoenix community and thrive in recovery.
Give Now to Support the Moab scholarship fund
The Moab Multisport trip is Phoenix’s largest event of the year! We will camp the nights of May 17th, 18th and 19th at the Gold Bar campsite. Events will run May 18th, 19th and 20th. There will be rock climbing, mountain biking, hiking, sunrise yoga, and some serious fun with amazing sober people. We will also have a gratitude meeting around the campfire Saturday night. It’s a truly incredible experience.
In order to keep the trip affordable for all of our members, Phoenix greatly subsidizes the Moab multi-day trip. The fee to attend is $55 per day, while the actual cost is $110 per day. If you would like to support our scholarship program to help those who cannot afford the trip, please consider making a donation towards the Moab Scholarship Fund.
Did You Know?
There were 2.5 million alcohol-related deaths worldwide in 2013.
Every day, 36 people die and approximately 700 are injured in motor vehicle crashes that involve an alcohol-impaired driver.
Drinking and drugged driving is the #1 cause of death, injury and disability of people under the age of 21.
Each year more teens enter addiction treatment with a primary diagnosis of marijuana dependence than all other illegal drugs combined.
Spread the Word
“I understood, through rehab, things about creating characters. I understood that creating whole people means knowing where we come from, how we can make a mistake and how we overcome things to make ourselves stronger.”
– Samuel L. Jackson