THE SUMMIT COUNTY RECOVERY FOUNDATION (SCRF), A 501-C-3 NOT-FOR-PROFIT CORPORATION, SUPPORTS THE FINANCIAL NEEDS OF PARTICIPANTS IN SUMMIT COUNTY'S DRUG COURT. WHILE CONTINUING TO OFFER MONETARY ASSISTANCE TO DRUG COURT PARTICIPANTS SCRF SUPPORTS AND ADVOCATES FOR INDIVIDUALS AND FAMILIES AS THEY CONFRONT - AND RECOVER FROM - THE DISEASE OF DRUG/ALCOHOL ADDICTION. SCRF IS DEDICATED TO SAVING LIVES, BOLSTERING FAMILIES AND EDUCATING THE COMMUNITY REGARDING SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND ADDICTION. APART FROM DRUG COURT, SCRF ALSO DEDICATES SIGNIFICANT TIME TO EDUCATIONAL CLASSES IN THE SUMMIT COUNTY JAIL. FINALLY, IN 2018, SCRF RENTED AND MANAGED APARTMENTS TO ASSIST DRUG COURT PARTICIPANTS IN THEIR TRANSITION FROM JAIL TO DRUG COURT PROGRAMMING.
6300 Justice Center Rd
Park City, UT 84098
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IN 2018, SCRF HAS ACCOMPLISHED THE FOLLOWING: BENEFITTED FROM THE SIGNIFICANT GENEROSITY OF THE KISH FOUNDATION AND THE PARK CITY COMMUNITY FOUNDATION. OFFERED MORAL RECONATION THERAPY (MRT) AND RECOVERY CLASSES IN THE SUMMIT COUNTY JAIL. PROVIDED HOUSING, FOOD, JOB SEARCH RESOURCES FOR DRUG COURT ASPIRANTS AS THEY DEPART THE SUMMIT COUNTY JAIL AS INMATES- AND BEGIN RECOVERY PROGRAMMING. DRUG COURT ENROLLMENT REACHED AN APEX OF 25 PARTICIPANTS IN 2018. OFFERED FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR MEDICALLY ASSISTED TREATMENT (SUBOXONE/ SUBUTEX/NALTREXONE) FOR DRUG COURT PARTICIPANTS. PROVIDED LEGAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT TO DRUG COURT GRADUATES AS THEY EXPUNGE THEIR BCI CRIMINAL RECORDS. WHILE DRUG COURT PARTICIPANTS HAVE AN EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENT, THEIR COSTS FOR PARTICIPATING IN DRUG COURT (TREATMENT) ARE CONSIDERABLE - APPROXIMATELY 11,000 FOR 18-MONTHS OF DRUG COURT. SCRF PROVIDES FINANCIAL SUPPORT TO DRUG COURT PARTICIPANTS (AUTO REPAIR, MEDICAL BILLS, RENT, CHRISTMAS PRESENTS FOR CHILDREN) WHEN THEIR FINANCIAL RESOURCES FALL SHORT. RENTED 2/3 STUDIO APARTMENTS TO SUPPORT INMATES AS THEY TRANSITIONED FROM JAIL TO DRUG COURT - AND, LIFE BEYOND INCARCERATION.
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