Our Board of Directors has a vast & diverse experience to set our policies.
Our Executive Committee (Joe Drake, Cecil Green and Ray Solley) have the business and life experience to oversee the daily management.
Our board chairman, Charles Baggett adds his experience from serving 23 years as the Chaplain for Limestone Prison in Alabama!
Ronnie Crocker, our Program Manager, has spent 30 years rescuing & mentoring addicts. Four more of our staff members are our 1-year graduates. They know the deceptiveness that accompanies addiction.
Please read about our Accomplishments & Goals:
We ask all prospective contributors to feel free to request our IRS Form-990 records for 2016 and/or a detailed review of our monthly income & expense records.
Please call 256-345-3065 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make an appointment to tour our facilities, meet the staff onsite, and see the daily operation of our recovery program.
Please visit our website at www.projectrescue.org. It is designed for the man who needs help, his family, and anyone interested in a solution for the addiction crisis.
The typical drug addict is indigent and estranged from his family. Therefore, we are seeking corporations, businesses, organizations, and individuals to contribute to the Project Rescue Scholarship Fund.
This fund would provide for the member’s first 3 months in the program. Then, when he is stabilized, he will work to support himself in the program for months 4 through 12.
Project Rescue Inc. is a 501(c)3 corporation registered with the IRS (EIN #41-2247638), therefore all contributions are tax deductible.
Please make your check out to Project Rescue and send it to 179 Cave Spring Road, Decatur, AL 35603.
You can also donate through the PayPal portal below using your credit or debit card. A PayPal account is not required to make a donation. Your contribution will be put to good use helping souls struggling with addictions!
We also need financial support to expand our facilities and hire additional mentors & managers, so we can house and feed more men struggling with addiction.