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Our Partners

We are so grateful for the companies and non-profit organizations that are working in conjunction with us to make No1Down an effective resource for change. We’ve chosen to work with these organizations because they aim to help people in need, they are transparent with their intentions and how they allocate their funds, and they support and give back to their local communities.


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Thank you so much for your donation to No1Down. We are proudly using this money to scholarship people in detox programs, mental health facilities, and rehabilitation centers. We also apply your donations to support sober living homes, halfway homes, and transitional homes. Thanks to your contribution, people suffering from addiction won't have to trudge the road alone. 

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Drawing on the expertise of our interdisciplinary professional staff, NDRI has advanced public health across diverse populations including high-risk and underserved persons, uniformed services, youth and veterans. Our partners include medical centers, treatment and prevention programs, universities, community based organizations, industry and government.


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At Building Beginnings, we provide employment that puts recovery first.  If you don’t put your recovery first it won’t matter how much money you make or what position you have in a company.  Our experience shows that you will eventually lose not only your employment but your family and potentially your life. We want to help.


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AFSP raises awareness, funds scientific research and provides resources and aid to those affected by suicide. Learn more about AFSP’s mission and history or select one of the items below to discover how we accomplish our work.


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The National Eating Disorders Association (NEDA) is the largest nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting individuals and families affected by eating disorders. NEDA supports individuals and families affected by eating disorders, and serves as a catalyst for prevention, cures and access to quality care.