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2019 Annual Report


Together We Are Stronger. Cenikor believes we are stronger when we work together. Our executive team and professional and clinical staff rely on a plethora of committed community members: families, board members, business partners, referral sources, faith-based organizations, 12-step programs, donors and volunteers. Day after

In the News: CENIKOR TYLER


Students in Tyler Junior College’s Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA) program were recognized for projects that have improved the lives of their clients at events in Tyler and Austin on Friday. The Cenikor Foundation named the TJC OTA program as its Community Partner of the Year,

2018 Annual Report


There is no wrong door to recovery. While that concept was gaining nationwide traction over the past couple of years, Cenikor was already opening doors at every level, clinically and geographically. As the Foundation spread its reach to underserved communities, it was also providing whatever

2017 Annual Report


This annual report celebrates fifty years of changing lives. Every day, men, women and adolescents realize that self-medicating with drugs or alcohol no longer works. Cenikor offers them a second chance.   In the last year, we helped 7,014 people realize better health and better

IN THE NEWS: Cenikor Waco


Cenikor Waco was featured on Fox 44 KWKT to discuss the current opioid epidemic.   Click to view news footage   WACO, Texas – This week, President Donald Trump is addressing a national epidemic.   The latest government numbers show drug overdose deaths in 2016

Remembering Jerry G. Hall


Our friend and colleague, Jerry Hall, Senior Vice President of Cenikor, passed away on May 30, 2017. Jerry was well-loved and respected for his commitment to helping people achieve sobriety, and has impacted thousands of people over the years. We are all united in our

IN THE NEWS: Cenikor Houston


 Dose of Reality: America’s opioid epidemic hits Houston  Posted 5:25 PM, May 11, 2017, by Mike Rosenhouse, Updated at 05:32PM, May 11, 2017 HOUSTON – Now he can smile, but Eric Zimmerman was once on death’s doorstep due to opioid abuse. “Last time I overdosed, I

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