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Grandview Foundation

Founded in 1969, Grandview Foundation is a non-profit organization devoted to providing addiction recovery treatment to underserved adults. We offer residential, outpatient, sober living, and mental health services, designed to meet the specific needs of our male population, regardless of their ability to pay.  Living and recovering in a group setting is a powerful catalyst for the lasting relationships that support Grandview Alumni in their long-term sobriety. It is our experience that addiction treatment in a cooperative community leads to more successful and lasting outcomes. The goal we work towards every day is to be the final alcohol and drug addiction treatment program our clients will require. We do this by serving our clients with dignity, providing a residential setting that looks and feels like home, and encouraging participation in community events and projects. 


Running brings unique physical and mental health benefits to those struggling with excessive difficulties and drug addiction. Most people who struggle with addiction seek an easy means of relieving pain or stress. By providing an alternate, healthier method of relief and mood improvement, running and other aerobic exercises can help suppress drug cravings and reduce temptations to relapse. Running also helps remedy other health problems caused by addiction. In 2020, through wellness grants and private donations, The Grandview Running Team was born. The team included clients, alums, staff, and board members who all came together at 5K races around Los Angeles, plus an exceptional run in Maui in 2022, where 13 of our members completed their first 1/2 marathon. We are proud to be running together and decided in August of 2022 to organize our first running event to help increase awareness, community, and funding for our Grandview Wellness Programs.

Share our excitement and passion for running, and expand our community of support for families touched by the disease of addiction.

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