Serenity Jam is much more than an awesome day of fun and music in the park.
It is the annual celebration of recovery and fundraiser sponsored by The Community Program for Recovery.

The Community Program for Recovery (CPR) mission is “To provide resources to persons in recovery from substance abuse.”
In the past 4 years, CPR has raised $21,000 for emergency funds for recovering transitional house residents in various houses in the area.

This year we are proud to sponsor The Prospect House and Oak Street Clubhouse.

The Men of the Prospect House

The Men of the Prospect House

The Mission of Prospect House is to provide high-quality drug and alcohol treatment in a long-term residential setting to men without money, insurance, or other resources. The Prospect House strives to lighten the burden for these men, bring sobriety within reach, and help rekindle dignity through self-respect and self-support. Since 1970, when it was founded, Prospect House has been and will remain an abstinence-based program, providing a safe environment to learn a whole new way of life.

405 Oak Street Center

405 Oak Street Center

405 Oak Street has served as a place for the Greater Cincinnati Recovery Community to meet for 77 years. This historic gathering place hosts AA meetings 7 days a week, as well as special events for people in the recovery community.

2020/2021 Beneficiaries:
Charlieʼs 3/4 House and Angieʼs House of Freedom and Miracles
2020/2021 Beneficiaries:
Charlieʼs 3/4 House and Angieʼs House of Freedom and Miracles

With a raffle in 2020 ,The 2021 Serenity Jam, and your contributions, we raised a a total of $6000 for each house. The funds are earmarked for a managed trust that recovering transitional house residents may borrow from for emergencies. All proceeds benefit house residents only and are not for house structural or operational expenses.

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