02 Apr Fulton County Community Foundation Grants to Intrepid Phoenix
The Fulton County Community Foundation awarded Intrepid Phoenix a community support grant of $7,250 to help bring their fitness recovery program to Fulton County. They are partnering with Ace Fitness, located in the Peace Tree Village, along with other substance abuse recovery organizations in Fulton County to help individuals who struggle with substance abuse.
The fitness recovery program serves residents of Fulton County that are in the recovery process regardless of age, gender, race, or length of sobriety. The organization designs a program that will meet the needs and goals of the individual regarding both fitness and health through the help of a Certified Personal Trainer and nutritionist. They also provide a Certified Peer Recovery Coach.
Intrepid Phoenix’s mission is to provide a wholistic approach to fitness in recovery from substance abuse. The organization focuses on improving the mental, emotional, and physical health of individuals to give them the best chance to avoid a relapse and live happy and productive lives.
For more information about this program, visit their Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/theintrepidphoenix or feel free to call 630-606-1882.
Pictured: Teresa Houser (FCCF Board Member) Larry Smith (Intrepid Phoenix Founder) Brian Johnson (Fulton County Director of Development)