Read inspiring stories about the people whose lives are impacted by the Oaklawn Foundation as well as those whose financial support makes it all possible!
New event, Rockin’ Out for Recovery, shines a spotlight on local recovery work.
After losing her son to suicide, one Goshen mom’s mission to teach youth about their minds.
New benches at Goshen campus memorialize psychologist whose high clinical standards remain today.
Apartments offer both a fresh start and a return to normal for formerly homeless tenants.
Anna Ryan Drew to be featured speaker at Oaklawn’s 21st Annual Spring Spectacular.
Oaklawn helped Sandy find recovery from an opioid addiction; now she’s helping others.
For those who have overdosed, treatment is the difference between life and death.
Children of an addicted parent almost always blame themselves. At Camp Mariposa, they learn that’s not true.
Growing our own invests in those committed to our community.
Every parent wants the best for their child. Partnership for Children helps ensure they get it.
Read about our certified recovery specialists, this year’s Mental Illness Awareness Week and more!
The Oaklawn Foundation awards $25,000 to employees pursuing degrees in high-priority areas.
The Oaklawn Foundation will provide 300 free kits of overdose-reversal medication to those who work with people at risk.
Camp Mariposa helps kids heal from a loved one’s addiction and find healthy coping skills that support them into adulthood.
“At Bradley Company, collaboration is one of our core values.”
In addition to funding charity care, capital improvements and youth programs, the Foundation helps provide immediate physical needs for many clients.
After struggling in school and extracurriculars, Partnership for Children helped these twins learn the skills they need to thrive.
“It’s important to us to be engaged and active in our community.”
“That idea of giving back to the community… was a big part of what our founder Andy Frech was about…”
“…I’m always impressed with their professionalism and sense of purpose in serving the mission of Oaklawn and the needs of this community.”
“Oaklawn fills a huge need in the community, and it’s one that often gets overlooked.”