How You Can Help

Your support of St. Ephraim Center helps Orthodox individuals, families, and parishes recover and heal from the affliction of addiction. Learn the many ways that your prayerful gift can support much-needed educational services and effective, Christ-centered addictions treatment. St. Ephraim Center is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and donations are tax-deductible.

Donate

Your tax-deductible donation supports effective, Orthodox education and addiction treatment programs. Donate now or ask us about planned giving. Please visit our donate page.

Volunteer

We are looking for volunteers and interns to provide clinical, household and administrative support, as well as Orthodox clergy who can act as replacement priests for clergy who are in treatment. Contact us to tell us about your interests and to find out about current opportunities.

Join our E-Mail List

Join our e-mail list to receive regular updates about our programs and activities as well as information about addiction from an Orthodox perspective.

Provide Space

St. Ephraim Center is growing and we need more room! We are actively seeking contributions of office or residential space in the Denver metro area. Contact us to find out what we are looking for, or learn about tax deductions for real estate donations.

Contribute Supplies

As we look to begin our residential programs in 2015, we will need linens, furniture, and other household items. We also welcome donations of office supplies and equipment. Let us know if you can help.

Give Your Vehicle

Many of our on-site treatment programs include transporting participants to local 12-Step meetings, grocery stores, church services, and more. Contact us if you have a vehicle in good condition that could help us get them where they need to go.

Share Your Story

We are building a collection of success stories from Orthodox Christians in recovery from addiction, especially those we’ve helped along the way. Share your story and inspire others who are just beginning their journey.

Pray for Us

Please pray for the Center, its staff, its clients and their families.

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