We Welcome Your Support
Project Turnabout continues building a valuable support system through our alumni. Our alumni and friends provide a tremendous asset to us in the many ways that they volunteer in many different facets. If you, as an alumni or friend, are interested in supporting and giving back to the Project Turnabout, who helped you on your recovery journey, please connect with us. There are many ways to stay involved, and we welcome your participation and support!
- Become an Alumni Contact –We continue to seek individuals that have completed our treatment program successfully and would like to be a contact for your recovering community. The relationship that is fostered through this connection helps an individual that has just completed treatment create a network of support in recovery between people educated in the Project Turnabout recovery philosophy (WHO DO THEY CONTACT OR HOW).
- Give Back as a Speaker –There are many opportunities to share your journey of recovery at the following events listed below. Project Turnabout feels that continual fellowship strengthens the recovery journey. If you have interest in speaking, please contact Mark Sannerud at email@example.com or 1-800-862-1453.
- Men’s Sunday Night Meetings
- Women’s Recovery Luncheons
- Orient Others– Introduce others to the traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous meetings.
- Help Build Scholarships– As a non-profit organization, Project Turnabout welcomes donations that support the work of our mission. You can become a donor yourself, or help connect Project Turnabout’s Development Team with an individual, family or organization you feel would appreciate being a part of supporting our mission. Visit our donation page to learn more about fundraising opportunities available throughout the year.
Project Turnabout welcomes all volunteers and appreciates your wonderful support.
Remember, the most important benefit of being a volunteer is the satisfaction of helping others. Whether it’s a warm hello, a friendly face or a helping hand, just knowing that you made a difference in someone’s life makes it all worthwhile.