Renewed Recovery Assistance Fund
The Renewed Recovery Assistance Fund is a longtime dream of Renewed. Since its founding, Renewed staff and board of directors have dreamed of the day they would be able to help provide financial assistance to individuals and families in Tennessee affected by eating disorders. Thanks to the support of some generous donors who believe in the work and mission of Renewed, we are proud to say that our dream has become a reality in 2024. Our goal is to continue to grow the fund in years to come to be able to help even more individuals or families in need.
If you would like to make a gift to help us ensure future stability of the fund, please click here.
Please check out the details on the fund below, and be sure to let us know if you have any questions by contacting us at email@example.com or 615-831-9838.
The mission of the fund is to provide cash assistance for those impacted by eating disorders in Tennessee.
The fund will consider helping cover the cost of various expenses related to the treatment of an eating disorder for an individual or a family member. We understand that expenses can pop up in all different areas during recovery. Some examples of areas that may be considered for an award include outpatient treatment, gas cards, plane tickets to visit a child in residential, etc. IOP and residential treatment will not be considered for an award at this time.
The award amounts of the fund will vary depending on need and funding available. The number of awards provided each award cycle will also vary depending on need and funding available.
Awards are determined by members of an anonymous Application Review Committee (“ARC”) which does not include Renewed staff or board of directors. The ARC blindly reviews applications each award cycle.
Any eating disorder recognized on the DSM-5 is eligible to be covered by the fund.
In order to apply, one must be a Tennessee resident and meet the criteria for an eating disorder. One must also demonstrate true financial need, significant insurance barriers, and a commitment to recovery.
Award cycles are on an annual basis. The 2024 cycle will open May 15, 2024 and close June 15, 2024.
All applications will take place online. Please click here to apply!