OneFifteen Recovery has been formed to qualify for exemption under 501(c)(3) of the Code. It has applied to the IRS for recognition that it is tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) and, once tax-exempt status is recognized, donations from the date of formation forward will be deductible as charitable contributions.
OneFifteen Recovery can provide no assurance that the IRS will recognize its tax-exempt status. We will post notice if and when we receive a determination letter as well as provide an acknowledgement to you for your tax records. If the IRS does not recognize the tax-exempt status of OneFifteen Recovery, contributions will not be deductible as charitable contributions.
You can request a copy of our most recently filed financial report from the Charities Bureau Registry on the New York Attorney General’s website (https://www.charitiesnys.com/) or by contacting us once our initial reporting begins:
6636 Longshore Street, Suite 200
Dublin, Ohio 43017
New York State Attorney General
Department of Law
28 Liberty Street
New York, NY 10005
Information on New York charitable organizations can be found on the New York Attorney General’s website
(https://www.charitiesnys.com/) or by contacting (212) 416-8401.
Your contribution will be used to support any and all expenses incurred by OneFifteen Recovery, including but not limited to the following programs and activities: As part of OneFifteen’s full-service and sustained approach to recovery, the state-of-the-art campus will be home to a broad range of spaces, including residential inpatient and outpatient treatment centers, residential housing, group activity and counseling rooms, fitness facilities and outdoor areas. Family reunification, vocational training spaces and other wraparound services will be added in later phases to increasingly support the critical path toward recovery.
You can obtain a description of the programs and activities that your contribution will support by contacting us at the above address.