Our mission is to be an exceptional service organization, execute our mission in a fiscally responsible way while adhering to good governance and other best practices that minimize the chance of unethical activities.
We aim to raise awareness and educate individuals, families and community about the disease of addiction and to provide hope and resources toward recovery.
We are committed to providing an environment that is free from discrimination based on race, age, creed, color, religion, national origin/ancestry, gender identity/expression, disability, veteran status, genetic information, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, pregnancy and/or recovery pathway.
We understand that those who have suffered with addiction are a marginalized and disenfranchised population and we intend to serve everyone.
As a community the issue of drug alcohol abuse in kids, teenagers, and families is an epidemic crisis. We know that early education, prevention, intervention and treatment can change families’ futures forever. Our mission is to raise this awareness.
Currently we have many communities from California to New York asking for our help. Our programs and services are in more demand than ever. The success of our mission is unequivocal. Angels at Risk continues to be a juggernaut against drug and alcohol use and abuse for teenagers and their families by sharing
It is our goal to have a center where all families rich or poor can get help, support and treatment, and other communities who are asking for our help can learn how to implement the Sunrise SCF philosophy.
Sunrise SCF knows that when the issue of drug and alcohol use is addressed very early on in life, the future of kids, teenagers, and their families can be changed forever.
The SSCF is dedicated to reducing opioid dependence throughout New Jersey while promoting dignity and self-sufficiency.
The legacy of addiction is in every American family. Addiction comes in all forms and wears many disguises, and even though you cannot always identify them, they are always all bound up in the history of the family. We know that in addiction there are no boundaries – not social, economic or political. Drugs and alcohol wrecks homes, breaks hearts, and ruins families. Substance use and abuse in kids, teenagers, and their families is an epidemic crisis. The self-destruction and violence that accompanies drug and alcohol use and abuse is more radical than ever before.
Kids and teenagers are hurting, parents are desperate, and families are crying out. Drugs and alcohol are at the core of almost every fatal decision teenagers make.
One of our goal is to be an exceptional service organization, execute our mission in a fiscally responsible way while adhering to good governance and other best practices that minimize the chance of unethical activities.