- 1 Rory Hoban $2,433.60 raised
- 2 Kieran Monahan $1,112.90 raised
- 3 Alek Elder $1,076.50 raised
- 4 Bridget Schmuff $778.00 raised
- 5 Finn Casey $740.32 raised
- 6 Kyle O’Neal $540.60 raised
- 7 Patrick Rossi Jr $525.00 raised
- 8 Kevin Villec $500.50 raised
- 9 Hannah Solge $491.20 raised
- 10 Justin Hausler $477.30 raised
- 11 Lucas Stuchlik $447.40 raised
- 12 Mason Crkvenac $408.10 raised
- 13 Lilly Paolella $397.50 raised
- 14 Claire McFadden $375.60 raised
- 15 Katie Ballinger $362.00 raised
- 16 Sean Banko $362.00 raised
- 17 Michael Migliore $360.50 raised
- 18 Patrick Homa $329.50 raised
- 19 Will Keegan $327.50 raised
- 20 Nicholas Priest $325.00 raised
Limen House and our Campaign
Limen House is dedicated to providing a safe, supportive and structured environment to help chemically dependent people recover from their disease and addiction.
The vision is clear: Return thousands of men and women to their families and communities, well equipped for long-term sobriety and purposeful living.
Funds from SALSTHON 2019 will go to to support counseling and treament services for Limen House residents who are equipped for long-term sobriety and purposeful living.
DID YOU KNOW?
- More than 23 million Americans needed treatment for an alcohol or drug problem in 2012, but only about 11 percent received it, according to estimates from the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).
- Most insurance plans cover a maximum of 30 days in residential treatment facilities.
- Limen House residents receive counseling and treatment services free of charge for the duration of their stay. For many this is up to a year or longer.
We can’t do this without you! From January 25 through April 6, Salesianum, Padua, and Ursuline students will be on a fundraising sprint for 70 days in an effort to raise over $150,000 to support Limen House in their mission to offer a threshold to recovery and break the cycle of addiction in service to our community.
Join us in making a difference and spreading awareness!
 Gorman, A. (2014, April 6). A Gaping Hole in Addiction. Battle Creek Enquirer. Retrieved from http://www.battlecreekenquirer.com/article/20140406/NEWS01/304060013/A-gaping-hole-addiction-treatment?nclick_check=1
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