Debra Pantin, Outreach president and CEO, and John Brower, Sr. with a rendering of Outreach's young adult treatment facility, under construction. (Photo: Outreach)

Foundation donates $30K to Outreach treatment residence

The John R. Brower, Jr. Foundation and family recently presented Outreach with a gift of $30,000, to help fund the nonprofit’s new young adult treatment residence in Brentwood.

The foundation was founded when the Brower family lost their 25-year-old son to an opiate overdose in 2014. Their mission is to become a premier provider of education and assistance in preventing lives from being lost to the nation’s opiate and heroin epidemic.

Outreach, a provider of life-saving services for substance use disorders and behavioral health, is planning to open its new 25-bed residence, which will serve young adults ages 18 to 25, in late 2023. It will be named to honor the Brower’s late son.

The John R. Brower Jr. Foundation has so far donated more than $200,000 to Outreach in support of the agency’s treatment services.

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