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Doors to Recovery and Transforming Youth Recovery are challenging you to Wipe the Face of Addiction with a pie in the face and a donation to help those who suffer from addiction. Who are you going to challenge?

As the founder of The Stacie Mathewson Foundation, Transforming Youth Recovery and Doors to Recovery, Stacie Mathewson is focused on promoting addiction awareness, recovery, prevention and education at the local, state and national level.

Stacie is both professionally and personally connected to the cause, witnessing since childhood how addiction disease can tear families apart and span generations. With the loss of a son who first faced the disease of addiction in his early adolescence, Stacie’s commitment to preventing addiction and protecting the health of our youth is unrelenting.

With your help, we can create a landscape of hope for families and their loved ones seeking support for recovery by erasing the social stigma associated with substance use disorders.

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Doors to Recovery and Transforming Youth Recovery are challenging you to wipe the face of addiction with a pie in the face and a donation to help those who suffer from addiction.

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100% of the funds raised for the Wipe The Face of Addiction Challenge will go to support our parent company, Transforming Youth Recovery (TYR) and will be used to fund collegiate recovery programs and the technical assistance center, our K-12 prevention and intervention programming and to fund ongoing research in the field of youth recovery.

To date TYR has provided grants to over 120 colleges and universities in the U.S. to start recovery programs on campus so students in recovery can thrive in the fullness of the college experience while getting the support they need for their recovery on campus.

TYR works closely with these colleges and provides three years of technical assistance and dedicated support to help increase recovery success for students struggling with addiction. We use the real world experiences of students in recovery to educate the public about addiction and recovery and to erase the social stigma that blocks students and their families from seeking help.

For more information please visit us at: www.transformingyouthrecovery.org

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