The Red Tulip Project

Impacts of the Opiate Epidemic in Geauga County are far-reaching and growing. According to the Ohio Department of Health, the number of accidental deaths due to overdoses increased 20.5 percent from 2014 to 2015, similar to the increase from 2013 to 2014, and this trend continues. Recovery and healing takes time and support.The Opiate TaskForce was formed in 2012 as a committee of Geauga County leaders working to promote a “Drug-free Geauga”program, using county resources to remove unused prescription drugs from the community and keep unlawful drugs out.

The Red Tulip Project (RTP), which has adopted the red tulip as a symbol of hope and healing, is a 501 (c)3 non-profit organization working to support the work of the task force, and to build a sober house where women in recovery have a safe, sober environment to heal from the effects of addiction.

The purpose of the Red Tulip Project is to raise funds to construct, maintain, and operate a sober house in Geauga County, to assist Residents with transportation to counseling and job training, and to provide resources to promote healing.

The completion of the house will enable RTP to provide Level II Recovery Housing, gender specific, for women in Geauga County struggling with drug and alcohol addictions.

Donate Now

Use the “Donate Now” button to submit your donation online. Or you may print this donation form, and remit by mail. RTP Donation Form

Supporters
Claridon Township
Geauga Opiate Task Force
Geauga Savings Bank
Contributors – Helping to Build
Steve Ciciretto, AIA – architect
Bradley Camposo – general Contractor
Geauga Mechanical, Inc. – HVAC contractor
Paul Davis Restoration – service Project
KBR Solutions, Inc. – carpet, tile, flooring
Clemson Excavating – equipment for demo
WLE Trucking – rolloffs for demo
Kinetico Incorporated – water treatment
Kohler Co. – all fixtures
Joe Lallo Masonry – masonry
Gilmore – security system
Koltcz Concrete Block Company
Ronyak Bros. Paving, Inc.- drives and parking
Shalersville Asphalt Co – asphalt
Runyon Brothers Roofing
Habitat for Humanity, Geauga
Somrack Roofing – complete roof
Leadership Geauga – service project
Red Key Women – service project
Burton Middlefield Rotary – project grant
Donors
UH – Geauga Doctors and Medical Staff
The Grosvenor Family
The Dvorak Family
Arms Trucking
David & Jennifer Ronyak
Kenneth Groff
Sport Rack, Laura Christian
Leighanna Stephenson
Dennis & Dianne Kellogg
Pat Preston & Preston Superstore
David & Patricia Kipp
Gary & Marcia Flattum
Michael Groff
Jim & Sally Hodge
Pamela Oehme
And to all our Members and Donors – THANK YOU!

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