Recovery Rising

The Campaign for Nexus

Nexus is embarking on the Recovery Rising campaign to raise $86 million to address most pressing capital, programming, and capacity reserve needs as part of a new campus vision that will transform Nexus’ campus and double capacity by 2031. This five-phase capital campaign includes:

  • Phase 1: Stepping Into Recovery — Phase 1 focuses on the Doswell Medical Building, which will form a new gateway to Nexus’ campus, housing Admissions, Detox, and Medication Assisted Treatment.
  • Phase 2: Moms & Children — Phase 2 will build a new dormitory for our Pregnant & Parenting Women with Children program, as well as a new home for the Nexus Child Development Center.
  • Phase 3: Adult Women &Groups — Phase 3 includes new dormitories for our Adult Women programs, as well as improved group meeting spaces.
  • Phase 4: Outpatient & Admin — Phase 4 will upgrade existing buildings for administration, and bring our off-site Outpatient Services back to the La Prada campus.
  • Phase 5: Community & Support — Phase 5 will upgrade support services on Nexus’ campus and create new spaces for community meetings and events.

As women and their children work together at Nexus to rise up, regain hope, and retake control of their lives, we invite you to join our board and leadership and invest in our new vision of care. Your support allows clients to be welcomed with compassion, respect, honesty, openness, and dignity. Your investment will transform the Nexus campus, change the trajectory of client care and staffing, and save lives.

Leadership

Foundation Board

Billy Murray

Karl Nelson

Raymond Faus

Telisa Schelin

Robb James

Michelle Langenberg

Sharon King (ex-officio)

Campaign Committee

Kristy Faus, Co-Chair

Raymond Faus, Co-Chair

Miriam Armijo

Adam Greenup

Louise Hallam

Renda Mathews

Steve Penrose

Courtney Rottman

Alison Watros

Media

Stallings Foundation Donates $1M to Nexus Recovery Center

People Newspapers
October 23, 2023


Nexus Recovery Center broke ground to renew campus

Advocate Magazine
October 20, 2023


Nexus Recovery Center kicks off $86M campaign to expand and renew East Dallas campus

The Dallas Morning News FWD DFW
October 6, 2023


New chapter underway for Texas’ largest female-only addiction treatment center

CBS 11
October 3, 2023


Nexus Recovery Center breaks ground on medical facility

FOX 4
October 3, 2023


Dallas nonprofit breaks ground on treatment facility during Fentanyl Poisoning Awareness Month

NBC 5
October 3, 2023


Dallas nonprofit expands to help those dealing with substance use disorder

KRLD NewsRadio 1080
September 21, 2023


Nexus Recovery Center shifted its philanthropic strategy. Here’s why

Dallas Business Journal
September 3, 2023

Thank You to Our Donors

Doswell Foundation
The Stallings Foundation
Anonymous
The Faus Family Foundation
The March Family Foundation
Susan G. Simon
Carolyn & Richard Waghorne
James & Gayle Halperin Foundation
Harold Simmons Foundation
HKS
The Saxon Family Memorial Fund
Lyda Hill Philanthropies
Karl Nelson
Patty & Ken Kroviak
Beverly Barry
Ira & Lisa Kravitz
Anonymous
Jayme & Cameron Burk

How You Can Help