The Amber Reineck House is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, dedicated to acquiring affordable properties for use by nonprofit organizations that provide housing and treatment for persons seeking long-term recovery.
Our vision is to reduce the stigma associated with substance use disorder by building a recovery-friendly community, providing education and increasing acceptance and support.
One of our goals is to acquire and staff a fully functional long-term recovery home for women in Livingston County.
The Lizzy Devlin Scholarship Fund for Sober Living
Elizabeth Rose Devlin (Lizzy) passed away on April 16, 2016 from Substance Use Disorder at the age of 23.
At the time of her passing Lizzy’s family decided amidst their overwhelming grief to become involved in some way with recovery efforts so that no other family would have to experience the profound grief and loss of losing a loved one to Substance Use Disorder.
The Lizzy Devlin Scholarship was established by the Amber Reineck House in partnership with Lizzy Devlin’s family and the many supporters that have donated through personal Facebook donations and other donations to this fund.
When granted this scholarship, recipients will have their intake fees and their first month’s rent paid for treatment in a long-term recovery home managed by Home of New Vision, the Amber Reineck House Recovery Partner.
Who Qualifies for the Lizzy Devlin Scholarship?
The Lizzy Devlin Scholarship is for men and women who are residents of Livingston County who have a strong desire to live a recovery lifestyle and give back to the recovery community. Applicants must fill out the online Application Form as well as the Scholarship Application, which is in short-answer essay format. Please send the completed Scholarship Application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please complete the scholarship form by clicking the link above, or you may download a paper copy here…