2021 marks the 50th Anniversary of Lake-Geauga Recovery Centers!
Over those 50 years, Lake-Geauga Recovery Centers has saved countless lives. Help us celebrate 50 years of service to Lake & Geauga county residents by participating in our annual Ride for Recovery + Walk!
Our annual Ride for Recovery + Walk is a community driven fundraising initiative to support the critical treatment and prevention programs & services provided at Lake-Geauga Recovery Centers. This fun fundraising event is a “Ride for Recovery + Walk” taking place each September. Riders choose from three route options ranging from 63, 32 or 18 miles with staggered start times. Each Rider & Walker commits to raise a pre-determined amount of money with 1OO% of the dollars raised going directly to support the critical programs and services at LGRC.
This year we are going to start/end at our Chardon Office located at 209 Center Street, Chardon.
Registration opens at 7:00AM
All three bike routes will travel through the beautiful, rolling hillsides of pastoral Geauga County. The Fun Walk will be two-miles.
$30 per person
All proceeds help support Lake-Geauga Recovery Centers programs and services for adults whose lives have been affected by their own or another’s use of alcohol, drugs, problem gambling or mental illness.
Ride with GPS:
Two-mile Fun Walk: ridewithgps.com/routes/36928710
start at 9AM
About Lake-Geauga Recovery Centers:
Lake-Geauga Recovery Centers, Inc. is a private non-profit agency providing continuous service to the community since 1971. The Ride for Recovery + Walk is a fundraiser to help support the numerous programs provided to people on the path to recovery from substance use disorder or problem gambling. At every level from prevention to residential treatment services to Recovery Housing, we offer a message of hope to individuals, families, groups, and entire communities. Our goal for treatment services is to help our consumers achieve long-term recovery and an improved quality of life. The Ride for Recovery + Walk honors those people who are currently in treatment, those who are in recovery and embracing a healthy lifestyle, and remembering those who have lost their lives to substance use disorder.
We hope you will join us for our 5th Annual Ride for Recovery + Walk Event. If you can't attend we hope you will sponsor a rider or a walker or simply make a donation in support of our programs.