How We Help…

The CPR mission concept was born in 2013 when two men in a transitional recovery house came up with an idea for a music/arts festival to raise funds to assist newly recovering residents coming in with limited or no resources having needs such as emergency health and detail care, work clothing, transport to job interviews and other necessities to help get them “back on their feet.”

Several successful fundraisers later, Community Program for Recovery (CPR) was formed as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

CPR’s largest fundraiser, The Serenity Jam, generates proceeds that are donated and then earmarked for a managed emergency fund that recovering transitional house residents may borrow from.

See and hear how transitional houses work, and how the residents directly benefit from the CPR Mission.

Who We Help…

In the past 4 years, CPR has raised $21,000 for emergency funds
for recovering transitional house residents.

Sponsoring for 2022

The Men of

The Prospect House

The Prospect House is a Twelve Step, abstinence-based residential treatment center and transitional house for men in recovery from alcoholism and drug addiction. Since its founding in 1970, over 6000 men have been served. Located in Price Hill, Cincinnati, Prospect House has a neighborhood footprint of 80 recovering men, adding to and maintaining a culture of recovery.

2020/2021 Beneficiaries: Charlie’s 3/4 House and Angie’s House of Freedom and Miracles

During the 2020 pandemic, we were unable to have our fundraiser, however, we held a raffle that raised $2000 for these houses. The 2021 Serenity Jam raised an additional $10,000, for a total of $6000 for each house’s residents.

Charlie’s 3/4 House: Men’s transitional housing in Cincinnati and Covington KY

For 42 years, Charlie’s has worked to foster an environment in which newly recovering alcoholic men can learn to live a useful lifestyle free of alcohol while working to get back “on their feet” spiritually and financially while seeking to help their fellow men in recovery.

Angie’s House of Freedom and Miracles Women’s transitional housing in Price Hill, Cincinnati

The House of Freedom and Miracles provides alcoholic and addicted women of diverse backgrounds a structured and caring environment where they can address issues of poverty, drugs/ alcohol addiction, and physical and mental abuse. We offer 12-Step Program participation and referrals to outside agencies for housing, GED programs, college admissions, job preparation, as well as other follow-up services.

Previous Beneficiaries

2019: The House of God’s Grace ($3000 Donated)
A men’s transitional house in Elsmere, Kentucky

“We are grateful to have been a beneficiary of the 2019 Serenity Jam. We have created a fund that our residents in need can borrow from. We have had 2 guys fix their cars and both have repaid the money. Another patron is working on some much-needed dental work. The value of what has been given can’t be calculated.”

2019: S.T.A.R.S. House ($3000 Donated)
A women’s transitional house in Cheviot / Cincinnati

“The women of S.T.A.R.S are blessed to have been chosen to be a part of Serenity Jam. The funds donated were put to good use right away, helping 2 new girls with start-up money to get into the house. Both girls got jobs soon after and are staying sober. Another girl got assistance with work shoes.”

2018: The House of Rescue & Grace ($3000 Donated)
A women’s transitioinal house in Avondale / Cincinnati

“CPR’s donation helped make a big difference in the lives of our women and their families. The fund for assistance with work clothes and transportation was huge. CPR is making a difference in our communities. Thank you.”

You Can Help Us Help…

Contact us at:

serenity2jam@gmail.com

859-814-7408

@CPRecover

@CPRjam

Donate here to help with our
mission or become a sponsor.

The CPR mission concept was born in 2013 when two men living in a transitional recovery house came up with an idea for a music/arts festival to raise funds to assist newly recovering residents coming in with limited or no resources, having needs such as emergency health and dental care, work clothes, transport to job interviews, and other necessities to help get them “ back on their feet.”

Several successful fundraisers later, Community Program for Recovery (CPR) was formed as a 501(c)3, non-profit organization. CPR’s annual fundraiser, The Serenity Jam, raises funds that are donated, and then earmarked for a managed emergency fund that recovering transitional house residents may borrow from.

See and hear how transitional houses work, and how the residents directly benefit from the CPR Mission.

Donate here to help with our mission or become a sponsor.

Who We Help…

In the past 4 years, CPR has raised $21,000 for emergency funds for recovering transitional house residents.

2020/2021 Beneficiaries: Charlie’s 3/4 House and Angie’s House of Freedom and Miracles

During the 2020 pandemic, we were unable to have our fundraiser, however, we held a raffle that raised $2000 for these houses. The 2021 Serenity Jam raised an additional $10,000, for a total of $6000 for each house’s residents.

Charlie’s: “The CPR / Serenity Jam donation has been extremely useful in assisting our residents in need, recently helping a resident continue his education to further his employment opportunities and helping another get a phone to aid in his search for employment.”

Angie’s House of Freedom &
Miracles: “We have utilized CPR/Serenity Jam funds by providing rent assistance for 4 women while they were in IOP and not working yet. It has also supported one resident in obtaining their license and paying back reinstatement fees and also has provided the house with literature to enhance their recovery.”

Sponsoring for 2022

This year we are happy to sponsor the men of the Prospect House,  located in Price Hill, Cincinnati.

The Prospect House is a Twelve Step, abstinence-based residential treatment center and transitional house for men in recovery from alcoholism and drug addiction. Since its founding in 1970, over 6000 men have been served. Located in Price Hill, Cincinnati, Prospect House has a neighborhood footprint of 80 recovering men, adding to and maintaining a culture of recovery.

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Other Previous Beneficiaries

2019: The House of God’s Grace;
A Men’s House in Elsmere KY.
$3000 donated

“We are grateful to have been a beneficiary of the 2019 Serenity Jam. We have created a fund that our residents in need can borrow from. We have had 2 guys fix their cars and both have repaid the money. Another patron is working on some much-needed dental work. The value of what has been given can’t be calculated.”

2019: S.T.A.R.S. House;
A Women’s House in Cheviot OH
$3000 donated

“The women of S.T.A.R.S are blessed to have been chosen to be a part of Serenity Jam. The funds donated were put to good use right away, helping 2 new girls with start-up money to get into the house.”

2018: House of Rescue & Grace;
A Women’s House in Avondale, Cincinnati. $3000 donated.

“CPR’s donation helped make a big
difference in the lives of our women and their families. The fund for assistance with work clothes and transportation was huge. CPR is making a difference in our
communities. Thank you.”

Donate here to help with our mission or become a sponsor.

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