Christine Ortoll Recovery
Organization

THE ROAD TO RECOVERY

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The Christine Ortoll Recovery Organization

The Christine Ortoll Recovery Organization is a charity established to raise awareness, share resources, and provide the appropriate care for those in need of recovery and their loved ones.

Founded by Michael Ortoll in 2021 the Christine Ortoll Recovery Organization’s first initiative is a high-profile feature documentary film that tells the story of Michael’s late daughter Christine and her nine-year battle for sobriety.

During this time Michael and his family left no stone unturned as they fought alongside Christine, turning to over 20 recovery centers and countless experts for help along the way to sobriety which she achieved after a few years until her final relapse

2 BIG WAYS YOU Can Help!

#1 BIG WAY

DONATE

Your donations make a difference in SAVING LIVES!

YES, Donate to College Recovery Programs (CRPs) to reduce Substance Abuse. There are over 5,000 college colleges & universities in the US, with over 20 million students and only 157 have approved CRPs. Donations help to fund CRPs at all 2- & 4-Year Secondary Schools in the US !

#2 BIG WAY

GET INVOLVED

Be a volunteer to make a difference in reducing mental health and substance abuse issues early in Primary School

YES, we need parents, teachers & pediatricians to collaborate in this area, to make for healthier students.
Your active participation will reduce the demand for alcohol & or drugs at all elementary, middle school and high school in America.

See Our Documentary 'ONE SECOND at a TIME'

ONE SECOND AT A TIME is a high-profile documentary film on the history of addiction and of recovery told through the story of Christine Ortoll, who fought, and ultimately lost, a ten-year battle with mental illness and opioid use disorder.

Resources

Addiction is Public Enemy #1

The Science Behind Addiction

Roles of
Family

Facts

Age
18-25

Americans between the ages of 18 and 25 are most likely to use addictive drugs.

21
Million

Almost 21 million Americans have at least one addiction, yet only 10% of them receive treatment.

700,000
Deaths

From 1999 to 2017, more than 700,000 Americans died from overdosing on a drug

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mike.ortoll@christineortollrecovery.org

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