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Each year, Tigger House Foundation hosts a Yoga on the Beach Event at Edgewater Beach and Cabana Club in Seabright. This year’s event was to benefit the Tigger House Foundation Student Alliance and Law Enforcement Leaders Program, which is a partnership of five different high schools – Red Bank Catholic, Middletown South, Christian Brothers Academy, Trinity Hall, and Rumson-Fair Haven  – and local law enforcement officials. The Student Alliance Program seeks to fundraise to support our Scholarship Program which helps those seeking recovery by offering better, more comprehensive programs.

About Us

Tigger House Inc. was inspired by the devastating suffering and profound love of a family who lost their son and brother “Tigger” at 25 years of age to an accidental overdose.  Tigger House Foundation is based in Monmouth County. Tigger grew up on the Jersey Shore where he went to school, was loved by many friends and family and lived a very full life.
Tigger’s family is active as philanthropists in the community. They have courageously decided to honor their son and take a resolute stand to fight the raging opiate/heroin epidemic devastating our youth.

Upcoming Events

Tigger House is dedicated to achieving a positive impact by reducing the death rate of heroin and opiate addiction. Don’t miss our coming events:

“The Roaring 20’s” On the Beach

Start Date: October 5, 2019

Start Time: 6:00 pm

End Time: 12:00 am

Location: Edgewater Beach Club

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The Tigger House Story

2013

Founded

Tigger House Foundation Founded.

2017

Launch

Tigger Addiction Recovery Program at Monmouth Medical.

2018

Anniversary

1 Year Anniversary of TARP at Monmouth Medical Center 134 Deployments with 96% of patients accepting bedside recovery.

Future

Vision

Comprehensive Wellness & Recovery Facility.

$78.5 billion prescription opioid misuse costs United States per year.
4 out of 5 heroin users in NJ were initially prescribed opiates by a physician.
Prescription drug users are 40x’s more likely to use heroin tests 40% more pure.
NJ has 4x’s more herion/opiate-related deaths than national average & NJ heroin tests 40% more pure.
Every year in the U.S. more people die from heroin than from suicides, gun-related homicides, cancer & auto-related deaths.
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