The RASE Project
The RASE Project is a 501 (c) 3, non-profit, charitable organization. RASE is a Recovery Community Organization, which means that it is comprised entirely of staff and volunteers from the Recovery Community and it exists to serve the Recovery Community. Recovery Community is defined as: any person in, or seeking recovery, their families, close friends and other loved ones.
“Leading the Battle
Against Opioid Addiction”
Our mission is to provide support and create long-term solutions for Central Pennsylvanians who are recovering from opioid addiction and veterans/ service members who suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Our Goals: Curriculum Development, Life & Job Skills Training, and
Natalie Cribari Drug Awareness Fund
Our organization was formed by a grass roots effort of family members and community activists focused on the pursuit of eradicating heroin and other harmful drugs from our culture, our children’s lives and our community. We envision a future where heroin and other narcotics are no longer widely used or distributed to our children. This is not a war on drugs; this is a fight to save lives. Our volunteers raise awareness and funding that help us fight these terrible addictions. We strive to find answers and preventative measures. Saving a child, a family member and a friend…. one at a time.
Just For Today
Recovery & Veteran
JFT Recovery and Veterans Support Services is a 501(c)3 non-profit community organization devoted to offering safe, structured, and compassionate housing to those seeking recovery. We also provide addiction education and advocacy for the Central Pennsylvania recovery community.
Founded in 2006, we operate a Community Center in Lemoyne, which provides addiction education and direct services to those seeking recovery. We also maintain two recovery houses in the Harrisburg area.