As a fully self-supporting, 501(c)3 non-profit organization, the ability to pay is secondary. The Lantern relies on tax-deductible donations and community support to assure no one is turned away due to financial issues. The Lantern residents are treated with the utmost compassion and care.
To provide quality sober living to the chemically dependent person and to educate and assist people with recovery from drug & alcohol addiction. We believe that drug and alcohol addictions are progressive, chronic and potentially fatal diseases.
To be a residential sober living facility accommodating those who think they might have a problem, who are in their addiction and want help, and then to be able to come back for follow-up care and carry on the tradition of a clean and sober life.
We all have reasons for wanting to help an alcoholic or chemically dependent person who cannot afford a treatment program. The Lantern Center for Recovery offers two programs to light the path for those still struggling from the disease of alcoholism.
240 Hero Program
Sponsor a Recovery Bed: Donation of $240 per month; Donor plaque at the Lantern and Recognized at Annual Banquet.
Building Lives Project
The Lantern is expanding and construction on our “building Lives Project” began on May 2, 2016. Our goal is to continue expanding so we can help even more people on their journey of recovery. If you would like to donate to our “Building Lives Project” you may call the Lantern at (216) 941-5005 or visit our GoFundMe campaign at gofund.me/yjzwkuus.
Executive Director: Tony Parker Development Coordinator: Garth Murdock Board of Directors: Michael Minton, Karl Kisselle, Annie Dunn, John Sbatella, David Wondolowski, Don Loftus, Eddie Barrett, Kelli Summers
Thank You To Our Donors
The Lantern Family Group meets the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month at The Lantern Center for Recovery 12160 Triskett Road Cleveland, OH 44111 You are not alone…. all welcome!