You are their hope.

Treatment can change lives. Not only for those struggling against addiction, but for their children, spouses, parents, friends and families as well. Your contributions to OAR directly support treatment, recovery, education and prevention for people throughout West Michigan. The hope of recovery begins with treatment, and treatment begins with you.

Every $1 invested in addiction treatment can save up to $10 for our communities.

The cost of addiction is staggering in terms of traffic accidents and deaths; crime, violence and law enforcement; medical costs; lost productivity; homelessness; and of course, lives damaged and lost. Every dollar you contribute to OAR goes to treatment and education that delivers 10x the benefit for our communities.

Online donations.

OAR also accepts donations via phone, fax or regular mail.

Donations to OAR can be made by check, credit card or cash. OAR is an IRS Code 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Donations are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.

Cash or Check

Checks should be made payable to: OAR. Please include any specific fund designations. Mail checks to: 483 Century Lane Holland, MI 49423.

Credit Card

To bill your credit card, we will need the following: your name, address, your name as printed on the credit card, credit card number, expiration date, and the amount of your donations. Please include any specific fund designations.

If you prefer to donate by phone, call our Executive Assistant, Melinda Jurries at 616.396.5284.
You may also donate by sending the above information to us by fax at 616.396.8387, or by mail including your credit card information.

Help by contributing specific items to OAR.

If you live in West Michigan, you may have needed items you’d like to donate. To see how you can help, check our Chester A Ray Wishlist and Harbor House Wishlist.

Other ways you can help.

In addition to making a donation, you can educate yourself about addiction and help reduce the stigma that surrounds it. Visit our online resources for more information. If someone you know is struggling with addictions, please encourage them to get the help they need.