Women Recovery House/Community
Fund Women’s Halfway Houses
The impact of the opioid crisis is far-reaching, affecting individuals, families, and communities across the state and county.
Here are the most-recent, staggering statistics from the Florida medical examiner’s report in 2021:
- 10 Percent of increase of drug-related deaths (1,430 more) compared to the previous year
- 8,411 of opioid-related deaths in the state, a 7 percent increase over the previous year
- 6,442 of opioid-caused deaths, a 6 percent increase over the previous year
As we continue to increase our presence in Broward & Miami-Dade we want to build this community. Whether you are seeking treatment at a women’s house in Fort Lauderdale or a women’s recovery house in Pompano Beach, The Robin Foundation can point you in the right direction.
Women’s Recovery Community
Women can find support and connection throughout their recovery journey. Our community is a safe and welcoming space, where women can share their experiences, connect with others, and find the strength and support they need to stay on the path to recovery.
We are a not-for-profit organization and rely on the support of the community at large to continue providing essential services to those in need.
Together, we can build a stronger and more supportive community, where women affected by addiction can find the help and support they need to build a brighter future.
The Robin Foundation’s Narcan distribution program provides free opioid overdose reversal medication to individuals and organizations in need.
The program also includes free opioid awareness training to educate the community on the signs of overdose and how to administer Narcan.
While continue to receive funding for our women’s halfway houses, we continue to do the most we can with what we have right now.
If you would like to help fund our free narcan distribution program for women, click the link below to make a donation.