Deana Rogers 1982 – 2014
Deana’s Fund is a provides financial assistance for those who are in need of rehabilitation for drug and/or alcohol addiction. The Fund is named after Deana Rogers, who died from alcohol poisoning in 2014. Her family and friends started this fund to raise money for other people who would like to get treatment but do not have the means. While some people do have access to state-funded facilities, others do not. And some states do not offer state-funded facilities.
Deana came from a poor background, and she was having trouble finding affordable help for her drinking problem. She was on the waiting list for treatment at a state-funded facility the day that she overdosed and died. She wanted to get help, but she was not able to. Here at Deana’s Fund, we have dedicated our lives to making sure that no one ever has to go through that again.
Please help us by donating to the fund. If you are interested in receiving assistance from us for addiction treatment, please fill out a request to receive treatment.