CooperRiis Announces Ride Above Mental Illness

Ride over mental illness was inspired by Jeremiah’s own mental health journey since childhood. Individuals from all over the country can participate in Ride Over Mental Illness by joining Jeremiah’s team or creating their own team. The purpose of this event is to raise awareness of the concept of mental illness and recovery. CooperRiis’ Ride Above Mental Illness is an opportunity to engage alumni, their families, and the community at large while celebrating our longstanding involvement in the field of mental health recovery. Individuals and organizations are welcome to start a team or simply donate online. SPONSORS: ULINE, The Bottle Tryon, First Sun EAP and Open Road Coffee

To find out more about the event:

Eric A. LevineEd.D., President and CEO –
Cell: 240-446-1691 │Office: 828-899-0089 │[email protected]

Kim NelsonMarketing & Communications Director
Cell: 828 817-3783│Office: 828-894-7315│[email protected]

About the CooperRiis Healing Community

CooperRiis is a 501c3 nonprofit organization, member of the American Residential Treatment Association (ARTA) and residential healing community accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) in Asheville, North Carolina. Since 2003, CooperRiis helps adults living with mental health issues including anxiety, major depression, PTSD, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, personality disorders and co-occurring addiction-related conditions reach their highest levels functioning and development. CooperRiis provides a full continuum of care (four levels) through a personalized recovery approach that combines clinical therapies, community work and service, education, and integrative wellness practices on three campuses, including a farm in operation of 94 acres.

Visit or call 828.894.7140 to learn more about CooperRiis Healing Community and his approach to mental health treatment. For admissions: [email protected]

CONTACT: Laurie Rovin, Director of Development│ 828.899.0730 [email protected]

SOURCE CooperRiis A Healing Farm Community

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