Revive of the USA, Inc. is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping others. As a 501(C)3 Private Foundation all of your donations to the Revive mission provides for a tax deductible event.
Our Mission is to improve our clients’ health, well-being, and quality of life by empowering them to overcome challenges, accomplish their goals, and implement new health/exercise habits that will create a deep sense of love, commitment, and passion for themselves and their journey to revitalization. We provide second chances to individuals who have struggled with unhealthy lifestyles through addictions/bad habits help them to revitalize their lives.
Who we are
A different kind of recovery
Revive of The USA is a Recovery Community Out-Reach program with a team of certified fitness trainers that have extensive experience in both FITNESS and RECOVERY (from addiction, trauma, behavioral issues, etc..) and we place these trainers into youth & adult residential recovery programs (In-House Trainers) across your facilities to get them moving and feeling good again (A Mobile Fitness & Recovery Coach for Residential /Non-Residential Recovery Programs). Triggering natural chemicals in the body that help stimulate, heal, and grow the individual mentally, physically, and spiritually.
It also gives recovery homes and facilities a chance to offer a more holistic medicine approach. The exercise and nutrition helps recovering addicts decrease depression and anxiety levels during critical phases of recovery, inevitably creating and sustaining a healthier more amplified life of positive networks that are vital for post-recovery.
We understand that most of the current recovery programs already have enough on their plates with implementing other very important and necessary aspects of recovery, so incorporating this missing piece (exercise & nutrition) is a difficult task for them, but that’s where Revive comes in, literally! We are working very closely with many treatment facilities; i.e. Teen Challenge USA- Manchester NH, New England local sober houses male and female, and LUK (youth residential services).
We believe implementing fitness and nutrition into drug and alcohol programs will substantially increase the probability of long-term recovery.
Backed by research
The research we’ve come across on exercise/nutrition and the effects it has on an addict’s brain before, during, and after substance abuse has occurred is astonishing.
”Research clearly shows that exercise helps your body, whether you’re in recovery or not. Improved long-term fitness helps with cardio-vascular health and diabetes, lowers the risk of some types of cancers, stimulates the immune system, and can even help alleviate depression symptoms. Further research shows that exercise can increase the amount of new nerve connections in the brain, which will help your brain heal from the harm your drug of choice has been causing. As the body and mind continue to return to a more normal state many people in recovery find exercise also helps restore a normal sleep schedule.” - SMART RECOVERY