Addiction Recovery Facility
Grants & Funding
Think You Need A Grant? Think Again!
Grants aren’t difficult to find, they’re difficult to get. The honest truth is that there are many more people asking for money from granting agencies than there is money to distribute on an annual or quarterly basis. What’s more, there are a host of difficulties involved in writing and receiving grants, from the technical side of writing applications to the delivery of services and management of money if you actually receive one. Not to mention the time it takes to procure a grant, if a grant can even be procured at all, and the fact that they can be restricted for certain uses and purposes that are not at the grantee’s discretion.
Despite all of this, however, most non-profit organizations still think of grants as the best way to afford new programs. Even though most of the time, they may not even need to borrow money at all.
That’s where we come in. Our comprehensive service options can allow you to achieve your goals faster but also with far less risk. How? By tapping into the power of private equity.
Why Partner With Incarnate Recovery?
With 30 years of experience operating addiction recovery centers behind us, we’re looking forward to expanding yours….and working together to stop America’s addiction crisis one center at a time. By putting the power of private equity in your hands, we are not only able to secure hard-to-acquire capital for community-based recovery centers, but also work beside you at every step of the planning, designing, and building processes to ensure ultimate safety and success.
Call 615-301-3039 to discuss expanding your treatment program or see if you qualify for our help.
Depending on where you are in the process, your journey with us could include the following phases:
See if your program qualifies.
Whether you’re seeking to expand an existing site or create a new facility, we look forward to creating a brighter future with you. To see if your program qualifies for our partnership, please complete our questionnaire: