13 years ago, the Aaron J. Meyer Foundation, a small local nonprofit, set out to bring peer support recovery housing to Wisconsin.

A Message From the Foundation

Thirteen years ago, the Aaron J. Meyer Foundation, a small local nonprofit, set out to bring peer support recovery housing to Wisconsin. With your help and the inspiration of what could be, the work was done. For eleven school years dozens of young people in recovery bonded together to live, learn, and prosper in the recovery community you gave life and energy. We are forever grateful.

 

At the end of September, we will be ending the peer support recovery program at the Foundation’s two houses. As we close this door of offering peer support in residential houses, the Aaron J. Meyer Foundation is moving forward to open other doors to impact the lives of young people in recovery and their families.

 

With smart planning, conservative budgeting, and years of dedicated board leadership, the foundation is financially secure. Soon we will begin a new phase – smarter, stronger, and committed to remaining a part of the solution to an addiction epidemic that is killing young people across America and here at home in Dane County.

Help Young Men & Women in Recovery The Aaron J. Meyer Foundation continues to evolve and grow it support for young men and women in recovery from addiction. We support their goals to continue education and find employment and healthy relationships. Your gift of any amount will help us create a greater impact in the recovery community.