Jordan's daughter Victoria Lynn lost her father, Christopher Robert, to his substance abuse disorder when she was only 4. This event upended and defined her world. Life carried on and Victoria started to work through and adapt.
This little girl's longing for answers, understanding, and security led us to start this venture. Our goals are to help the innocents that fall prey to their loved one's disease; restore the smiles and bright eyes that turn hollow and frightened. We help them understand and work through the confusing and conflicting emotions that stem from familial substance abuse.
We strive to raise awareness and help break the stigma so that our children are not ashamed or afraid. By hosting interactive groups, in-memory activities, P.T.S.D. activities, and plain old fun with field trips and fundraisers, these children can work through the tragedies they have been through and learn to heal.
Children with us learn coping and acceptance. It has been proven that children who are more involved with group activities are less likely to engage in high risk behavior in their youth.
The board of directors is made up individuals who want to make a difference. Each of their lives has been touched or affected by addiction. These tragedies instilled the drive in these families to try and help others, and break the cycle.
Our mission is to provide children in the community affected by substance use with a safe place to heal. We provide age appropriate addiction education, peer support groups, free activities, and assistance to families in need.
In Loving Memory- Christopher Robert Jensicke 8/11/1988 - 7/25/2012.
The Christopher Robert Foundation
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