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Meet the Founders
& the Board


OpenDoor Women's Recovery Alliance has partnered with Basecamp Recovery Center, h.a.r.t., Catch Court, Hilliard Recovery Court, Mommies Matter, MaryHaven, Freedom Recovery, Lower Lights, Women's Care Center and more to bring a continuum of care to women in recovery from substance use disorder.  

Hope • Help • Healing


Board members, Nancy Postle and Tammy Foeller pictured with Judge Jodi Thomas , Jill Hillman, and Friend Michelle. 

Donors & Partners

A nonprofit is as strong as the community that holds it up.

Together, we can do more than we can do alone.

Let’s bring our abilities and passions together to affect real change.

Welcome to our newest referral partner:

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Referral Partners

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OpenDoor Women's Recovery Alliance receives $50,000 “A Community Thrives” Grant From USA TODAY NETWORK and The Gannett Foundation November 9, 2022 OpenDoor-Columbus will receive $50,000 for outreach, training, and community recruitment to provide support women in recovery from substance use disorder. October 25,2022, in Columbus, OH – OpenDoor-Columbus was announced a grant recipient of A Community Thrives, a grantmaking and crowd-funding program from the USA TODAY NETWORK and a part of the Gannett Foundation. OpenDoor-Columbus will receive a $50,000 grant for the recruitment and training of community volunteers as well as a $10,000 grant on the local level. Ten small groups of 6-8 volunteers will share their social and relational capital with ten women supporting their transition to a drug free life. OpenDoor-Columbus needs 60-80 volunteers who are willing to make a year commitment to accomplish this goal. Community Thrives supports non-profit organizations with projects focused on community building and has helped to contribute more than $17 million since 2017. This year, A Community Thrives engaged participants in 45 states. OpenDoor-Columbus was named one of 16 winners. OpenDoor-Columbus brings Hope, Help, and Healing to women who are in recovery from substance use disorder supporting their transition to a drug-free life. As women leave incarceration or treatment, they are at high risk to return to unhealthy situations, overdose, or death. A Community Thrives grant will support women while they are in this vulnerable period of time by engaging in supportive relationships with community volunteers. OpenDoor-Columbus is honored and humbled to receive the generous financial support from Gannett. We are grateful for the confidence they have in us to make an impact on our community. “We are proud of the work OpenDoor-Columbus has done to enhance Columbus, Ohio. At Gannett, we take pride in supporting the organizations that make a positive impact in their communities. Through A Community Thrives, we lend financial support to that purpose as well as rally the whole community to champion a good and meaningful cause,” said CEO and Chairman Mike Reed. About A Community Thrives A Community Thrives is a grantmaking and crowd-funding program from the USA TODAY NETWORK and is part of the Gannett Foundation. A Community Thrives supports non-profit organizations with projects focused on community building and has helped to contribute more than $17 million since 2017. About USA TODAY NETWORK USA TODAY NETWORK, part of Gannett Co, Inc. (NYSE: GCI), is the largest local-to-national media organization in the country, powered by our award-winning newsrooms and marketing solutions business. With deep roots in local communities spanning the U.S. with more than 250 local media brands, plus USA TODAY, we engage more than 140 million people every month through a diverse portfolio of multi-platform content offerings and experiences. For more information, visit For Media Inquiries, Contact: Tammy Adler-Foeller

Ride4Recovery Fundraiser 


A huge thank you to Andrew Speicher & Ride4Recovery who helped raise $1700 for OpenDoor Women's Recovery Alliance, in loving memory of Courtney MacDonald, who lost her battle with substance use disorder.

An additional thank you to Next Level Fitness for donating the space for the ride.

We are so grateful!

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