Hope and Recovery Luncheon ~ Nov 21, 2024 ~ Get Your Tickets Now

802 E. Crestwood Drive

Victoria, Texas 77901

4th Annual Hope and Recovery Luncheon Benefitting Billy T. Cattan Recovery Outreach

Thursday, November 21, 2024 at 11:30 AM

Victoria Community Center

Help Us Treat Addiction and Repair Lives

Become a Sponsor

To save lives, patients with substance use disorders need increased access to treatment. BTCRO and our Board of Directors are committed to providing a comprehensive substance abuse treatment program by adding detoxification and residential services for Victoria and the Crossroads area. A plan has been developed to construct a 35,700 square foot detox and residential facility located on TX-185, just outside of Victoria. The facility will include 52 treatment beds, of which 12 beds, male and female combined, will serve as detox beds at any given time. The estimated cost of this vital project is approximately $9,150,000. Your donation or sponsorship will help us save lives right here in the Crossroads area by giving people a place to go to recover.

For more information, contact Stefanie Baxley, Development Director at sbaxley@btcro.org or call (361) 576-4673

Featured Speaker: John Lucas

John Lucas II will join us as the featured speaker for our 4th Annual Hope and Recovery Luncheon! Lucas has transparently discussed the struggles he faced with substance use disorder during his playing career. Now 38-years sober, he has dedicated himself to helping other individuals suffering from substance use and mental health disorders regain control of their lives, creating an extensive program that helps professional athletes progress to their athletic potential, achieve sobriety, and remain drug free.

Lucas has counseled or mentored a number of young athletes, several of whom went on to achieve successful careers in the NBA. John will inspire you with his insights about the transformative power of education, recreation, and healthy living. His personal journey has given him a unique perspective on the issue.

What is Hope Ranch?

Hope Ranch is where people come to find life. As an inpatient facility, together, we are able to rebuild the lives of and serve indigent, jobless, homeless, uninsured and underinsured individuals.

Through the stages of detoxification, rehabilitation, and aftercare, Hope Ranch is meant to help enrich the quality of life for all who enter our doors. Believe it or not, addiction affects us all. When addiction is treated promptly, the financial burden that is placed upon our local healthcare, judicial, and law enforcement systems can be alleviated.

Hope Ranch works to take a proactive approach to help those return back to the life they were meant to live.

Don’t Miss Out

Here are pictures from last year’s event.

For more information, please contact Stefanie Baxley, Development Director at sbaxley@btcro.org or call (361) 576-4673.