What We Do
The Recovery Bank helps individuals in recovery with Free household items.

The Recovery Bank

The Recovery Bank is offered by My Recovery Day as a free resource for individuals to get smaller appliances, kitchenware, general household and bathroom items and much more. Items are new to gently used from donations we receive and set aside. It is available only to individuals that have gone (more…)

Registration is now open for January Clases

Training and Income Opportunity

My Recovery Day provides technology training focused on generating income online in a safe and sober environment. Since these activities are focused online, we call our employment or income opportunity the “JOBS (Just Online Being Sober) Program”.  Registration is Now Open For Classes

(more…)

Mobile Recovery App Development

4Today is a Mobile App for Individuals in Addiction RecoveryThe 4Today mobile app provides recovery resources at your fingertips. The 4Today mobile recovery app is a FREE app that provides recovery resources and tools to keep you on the right path to recovery one day at a time. Although focus is on alcoholism and drug addiction, 4Today can help support any type of addiction recovery. (more…)

Supporting Other Nonprofits

One of My Recovery Day’s objectives is to engage with and support other 501c3 nonprofits involved in the prevention and treatment of addictions with our programs.  We can supply training to residents and help them generate income through our J.O.B.S. Program.   For individuals that are leaving an agency or residential treatment facility and starting over with new living arrangements, The Recovery Bank can provide free household items.

(more…)

Do you want to…

Take some time and meet our Team?​

See some Facts about Addiction

Our Team
What Others Are Saying ….

“I really enjoy being part of the My Recovery Day team and help to support their mission objectives.  It is a pleasure to manage their online presence…how awesome!”

Ahmed is responsible for the web presence of My Recovery Day
Ahmed R.

“I really enjoy learning new things at My Recovery Day.  I enjoy taking pictures and listing items on eBay and am glad I was the first participant in the JOBS Program.”

Lowell loves taking photos of items
Lowell M.

“My Recovery Day’s JOB Program is really a solid way to help others in recovery.  They showed me how to quickly generate some income from stuff I had laying around.”

Chris learned how to effectively list items he had at home on eBay
Chris M.

“I have seen what these folks are doing and My Recovery Day stands to help a great deal of individuals that are in recovery.”

James S.

“I really like how My Recovery Day can work with other nonprofits to help support their efforts in the treatment and the  prevention of addictions.”

John D.
LAtest news
The Opioid Crisis is Still Here

Is the Opioid Crisis Gaining Momentum Because of the Pandemic?

Is the Opioid Crisis Gaining Momentum Because of the Pandemic? My Recovery Day is a Cleveland Ohio based nonprofit that provides post treatment support resources to individuals in addiction recovery.  By the very nature of what we do, we look at statistics concerning addiction.  Sadly, the Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner reported 66 deaths from heroin, […]

Donate those unwanted items and reduce the clutter

Support Individuals in Addiction Recovery by Donating Unwanted Items from Your Home and Business

Breaking News – Donors Now Get a 100% Tax Break for Donations The CARES Act lifts donation caps to 100% for individuals and joint filers, while corporations will see their cap lifted to 25% for 2020. These are truly substantial changes to the tax treatment of donations and they can be for the donation of […]

Taking Pain Medication in Recovery

My Thoughts and Experience with Pain Relief in Recovery

Recently, I had a serious medical condition requiring surgery.  It left me in the hospital for almost 2 months with pain I had never experienced before.  It also left me on opiates the whole time.  I never felt any real sense of euphoria or “buzz” but I did feel anxious about taking pain meds.  I […]

see all our news