Our Mission

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To provide a safe residential environment and to help build a strong foundation of life-long recovery with addicts/alcoholics and their families, who still suffer from the disease of addiction. 

Programs  

Our programs  provide support and guidance to addicts recovering from addiction/alcoholism in a safe, structured setting at the lowest possible cost to the individuals,  families and the community

 

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Events

Have fun and help support the Serenity Recovery Network!

Whether it is our bi-monthly Recovery Dinner or our Annual Golf Outing or Autumn Gala  - we would love to see you!
more than
150 Supporters

2014  / 2015

CALENDAR:

  • October
     
    5th  - Family Day Too!
    19th - SRN Recovery Dinner

  • November
      9th - Annual Fall Gala
    23rd  - Family Day

  • December
    7th   - SRN Recovery Dinner
    21st - Family Day Too!

  • January 2015
    Details to Follow

The new House of Freedom and Miracles building is currently divided into 5 apartments.  We are currently applying for grants and soliciting donations to help

pay for the building's  updating and renovation costs.  

Call Angie Edwards at 513.542.1439 for more information

or to donate toward the renovations.


Thank you to all who joined us for our 6th Annual 

Fall Gala Banquet
November 9, 2014

** Prospective Residents please                       for program guidelines and materials **

Learn more about the work being done by
the Serenity Recovery Network.

  SOwing the Seeds

    of Recovery

If you could not attend,
you can still support us with a donation.

 

Serenity Recovery Network Awarded
Funds from the Honor Project Trust for
the
  House of Freedom and Miracles


TIER II RECIPIENT   $14,678.00
SERENITY RECOVERY NETWORK


http://honorproject.org

The Serenity Recovery Network will use The Honor Project Funds to help renovate the new, permanent facility for the Women’s Program – The House of Freedom & Miracles. The new facility will provide recovery housing for 50% more women residents.”