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Let’s Make The World a Better Place for Teens.

Together, we can give teens the future they deserve. Will you join us? The Goodale School and Recovery Community creates a foundation for life-long recovery and changes the lives of our students and their families.

The Goodale School is the only non-profit program of its kind in the United States. Your donation will support scholarships for students, ensuring the program is available young men who need it. Or, you may direct your gift to any element of the program you feel most passionate about – academics, recreation or capital improvements. Every gift supports student recovery and is a commitment to hope and healing.

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Why is The Goodale School and Recovery Community needed?
Nine out of 10 adult addicts began using before they turned 18, and the average age of first use is 13. Addiction is a young person’s disease.
As with all chronic diseases, early treatment yields the best results.
The longer the treatment, the better the outcome. The rate of sustained sobriety after a 60-day program is a mere 15%; after 12 months of treatment, it skyrockets to 85%.
Substance use disorders and mental illnesses like depression and anxiety are commonly found together in teens. In fact, dual diagnosis occurs in more than half of all teens who abuse drugs. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, 6 in 10 young people with a substance use disorder also have a co-occurring mental illness.
For questions about donating to The Goodale School and Recovery Community, please contact Laurie Weaver, Vice President of Marketing and Philanthropy at (704) 986-1536 or Laurie.Weaver@goodaleschool.org.

The Goodale School team is happy to speak with you to determine if our program is the right fit for your son or client. For information, please contact Stacy Barnard, Director of Admissions and Marketing at (828) 220-0040, ext. 2240 or email Stacy.Barnard@GoodaleSchool.org.

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