Addiction recovery has never, and will never be, a solo effort. When you hear one’s story there will always be one person who either began their journey with them or who was the key to their successful recovery. A&A is proud to honor such a person, annually, in the name of the ultimate recovery teammate – Candy Finnigan.
The A&A Foundation, at every level, recognizes and knows what it takes to achieve a life of sobriety. We annually honor one individual who has fought a battle beyond the norm, and come out on top. The Warrior Award is appropriately titled for such an individual.
The A&A foundation charity golf proceeds assist in supporting individuals and families already engaged in a program of recovery, who are now ready for the next step, yet lack the financial means to move forward. The typical A&A recipient has some sober time, is actively involved in a 12-step program, and has specific goals to begin a new life. Along these lines, he/she is also in need of general financial assistance for interview attire, sober/transitional housing, life coaching, family coaching, and/or therapeutic or clinical services, to continue building upon their new foundation. Therefore A&A chooses those to whom they provide financial support and access to such services, tailored to their needs, and are positioned to overcome the most common factors which lead to relapse: extreme financial hardship, a lack of “safe” housing, unhealthy/uneducated family system dynamics, underdeveloped coping skills, and a lack of professional guidance on how to move forward. We thank you for your support of The A&A Foundation. >> LEARN MORE