We're Committed to Fighting Opioid Addiction

Learn more about our local charity foundation based in Tiverton, RI

Our local charity foundation was officially designated the Courtney Roderick Run for Recovery (CRRR) Foundation on September 6, 2018. In addition to conducting the annual Courtney Roderick 5k Recovery Walk/Run in Tiverton, RI, we are looking forward to conducting other events and raising money for a variety of causes. Our focus continues to be the fight against opioid addiction, and as an official 501C3 organization, all donations to the CRRR Foundation are tax-deductible.

If you'd like to donate to our substance abuse awareness foundation, visit our donations page today.

Fighting addiction starts with SSTARbirth

All proceeds from the Fourth Annual Courtney Roderick Run for Recovery will be donated to SSTARbirth. Located in Cranston, RI, this is a program that Courtney attended. She did well here and got a lot of support while entering and navigating motherhood.

According to the SSTARbirth website, "SSTARbirth is a long-term, residential substance abuse treatment program specifically designed for pregnant, postpartum and parenting women. SSTARbirth is the only specialty program of its kind in the state of Rhode Island. We are a family reunification program and women participate in treatment with their young children. SSTARbirth opened its doors to its first client in January 1994. The program allows for six months of treatment and has the capacity for 12 women and 24 children."

View the SSTARbirth website for more information.

Here's what we've achieved so far

Since 2018, the CRRR Foundation has raised over $25,000 in the fight against opioid addiction. For the 3rd Annual Courtney Roderick Run for Recovery went virtual, and still was able to raise over $5,000! Last year for the 4th Annual Courtney Roderick Run for Recovery we raised $12,500! On July 23, 2022, we are looking to make it even bigger and better than last year. Please join our substance abuse awareness foundation in the fight against opioid addiction through donating or running/walking at the 5th Annual Run for Recovery.

If you have any questions, or you'd like to learn more, get in touch with our local charity foundation today.