The F.A.R.M. Team is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization.
The Farm Team's mission is to facilitate the progress of young adults in addiction recovery by providing a unique combination of focused mentoring and life skills with the goal of helping them enter a career within an established organization. By providing these services based on the willingness of the individual to grow, the ultimate goal is to help them achieve a purposeful life free of addiction.
Who We Help
The F.A.R.M. Team will work with a select number of individuals each year, providing mentoring opportunities and providing the ability for these individuals to interact with professionals from myriad professions with the stated goal of helping the individuals successfully re-enter the workforce with established organizations and companies.
The F.A.R.M. Team will also provide grants to help cover expenses to assist these individuals acclimate into the working world, including but not limited to: obtain driver's license, providing transportation to and from work, cover outstanding fines preventing employment, and to provide for housing in a safe, sober facility or home.
Board of Directors
Nick Tichaz, Chairman
Kathleen Murray, Vice Chairman
Alex Jingoli, Executive Director
Joseph R. Jingoli, President
Matt Eventoff, Vice President/Secretary
Justin Pooser, Treasurer
To The Farm Team, One day at a time! Humble yourself, Gratitude! Benefits of sobriety! These were all sayings I often heard when I first came around. The individuals referencing these phrases were the ones that had everything I thought I was entitled to having. The Farm Team taught me that I needed to change… Read more “Barry H.”
Dear Farm Team, I would just like to start this off by saying thank you so much! I will forever be grateful for the opportunity of being able to be a part of the Farm Team. Throughout the last few months of working weekends on the farm, I have learned and gained so much. I… Read more “Chris L.”
Today, I don’t know where I would be without the help of the Farm Team. Today, I have a rewarding job, monetary security, my own car, a place I pay for on my own. And still, with all of these things, I realize they are material and how much more I’ve been given because of… Read more “Anna M.”
Working at the farm over the last year and a half has impacted my life greatly in numerous ways. The relationships that I have forged there have helped me in not only maintaining my sobriety in that time but have helped me realize my potential. For years before getting sober I didn’t believe that I… Read more “Brian S.”
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