What We Value

Recovery

We support the best sober living homes, treatment centers, and counseling services that care for the entire addiction problem.

Healing

We follow up with those that will allow us in order to check that these people are receiving continuing healing in all the areas they need assistance.

Empowering

We want to help those that can’t help themselves, especially financially. Lack of money should not stand in the way of anyone’s recovery.

Who is Timothy O’Farrell?

Timothy O’Farrell struggled to fit in in high school and began drinking to cope with his low self-esteem. It would be years before he saw a problem with this drinking.

Years later, married with two kids, Timothy had several surgeries where he was introduced to the world of pain medication. Struggling with depression, Timothy began to use alcohol again to ease the pain. When the alcohol was insufficient, he turned to oxycontin, Vicodin, Dilaudid, Ambien, methadone, and more alcohol.

Receiving treatment at a center, Timothy became very active in Alcoholics Anonymous, service, meetings, the fellowship and working the 12 steps, but he was still overcome with depression. Timothy O’Farrell lost his battle with addiction on Feb. 14, 2011. He lives on through those that are empowered through this organization and experiencing recovery at sober living home programs.

“For a long time, I have been asking God what can I do for those that still suffer like I did,” said Founder of  Timothy O’Farrell Recovery Vincent Webb. “I was inspired to provide financial support to those like myself who are undertaking recovery in sober living homes.”

Vincent added counseling to Timothy O’Farrell Recovery’s scholarships.

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EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

Vincent has been in Recovery for many years and has seen the need for a foundation like Timothy O’Farrell Recovery and for the need of 12 Step Sober Living homes.

This is Vincent’s way of helping those that otherwise might never get the chance to recover. Being a part of helping people that can’t seem to find a way out and to recover, is a bright spot in his heart.