For the past 40 years the nonprofit Decision Point has been helping people recover from drug and alcohol addiction.
Tim Summers of Decision Point said, " We can help people, we do make a difference. We save lives and save families. We have 2 campuses now and work with people with addiction problems. drug and alcohol."
Organizers say every year hundreds of people come to their facilities who can't afford private treatment.
They get everything from specialized treatment through programs to help with mental health and behavioral problems.
Another way the nonprofit helps is through a residential treatment facility where people taking part can stay for nearly a month as they recover.
Summers said, "They can go and be a part of their family, they can have a job and that' just some of the things alcoholism and addiction robs people of."
Organizers say the biggest step in recovery process is to step up and get help.
They also add the end result of helping them is all worthwhile.
"It's a blessing to get to help people with this and the satisfaction is wonderful," said Summers.