Strength And Hope For All


Stop heroin from killing our children!


The mission of The Keely Foundation is to serve in our community in order to become a resource for opiate/heroin addiction awareness and education, and to be a resource–support system for the addict, the recovering addict, and their families. We will strive to remove the stigma associated with addicts and work to change the rehabilitation process to appropriately address the disease of opiate/heroin addiction.

• We believe that we can and will make a difference.
• We believe that the answer to opiate/heroin addiction is prevention/awareness.
• We believe that we must make heroin a public conversation.
• We believe that legislative changes need to be made to help the addict instead of punishing.
• We believe that the community and The Keely Foundation working together will save lives.

Keely’s Story

My name is Michelle Neese. I started this group in Memory of my son. Keely James Warren who passed away from a heroin overdose October 27, 2014. Keely would want me to do this as he was so giving and caring.

Keely was your normal All American kid, played football, baseball and hockey all the way from grammar school through high school. Keely’s heroin addiction started, like most others have, with pain pills; and went from there. By the time Keely was a young adult in his early 20’s, he was very addicted to pain pills. When he was about 23, here came the heroin, and that’s when his life really started to change.

Keely came to me a few times asking for help…. wanting help, and so we got him help. He went to rehab several times. People say they have to want to change; well if wanting it could have saved Keely he would still be here. If loving Keely could have saved him, he would still be here, because he was so loved. If having the will power could have saved Keely, he would still be here; he had the will and the will power to want to change, it just was not enough. Keely tried very hard to overcome this heroin. He still lived his life to the fullest and always, no matter what, had a smile on his face.

He worked a full time job and he was very much a health nut. He was in the gym 2 hours a day, and would not eat anything but chicken, brown rice etc… but yet, he put heroin in his body. I never understood that, but how could I? I was not addicted to heroin or any other drug.

I saw my son 2 days before he passed away and the last thing I told him was I love you son and gave him a hug. Keely did not look like a drug user; he hid this very well. And the day that I got that call was the worst day of my life! I will never forget seeing the coroner take his body out of his house. I will never forget the feeling of not being able to catch my breath to just breathe. I just kept telling the officer to call the medics to at least try and give him CPR. I begged them and they would not. Keely was already gone, and had been for 36 hours.

I had a break down at my son’s funeral. I went to the front where his urn was and would not let go. I just kept saying, “breathe Keely breathe,” and when his best friend came down to get me I grabbed a hold of him and said, “Cody, make Keely breathe, please make him breathe.” This was in front of 400 plus people.
So many loved Keely and there were a hundred cars in the procession to the grave – all of his friends mainly. What a tribute to my son that was! Keely still left this world with his dignity and respect from others; he was always very giving and caring toward other people no matter if they were rich, poor or in between.

Rehab/Detox Centers

Low Cost/ No Cost Programs
Awaken 514
Breakthru Recovery
Broken Shackles Ranch
Canaan Land Ministries
C.E.D. Fellowship House
Cornerstone Recovery Residences
Faith Farm Ministries
Golden Rule
Grace Home
Hebron Colony
His Mansion Ministries
House of T.I.M.E.
Mercy Ministries
Warm Springs
Abba House (women 18+)
A Better Way Ministries (men ages 17- 55)
Agora House (men 18+)
Alternative Youth Care (men ages15-20 )
Breakthrough Recovery (men and women)
Calvary House (for men 18+)
Cornerstone Recovery Residences
Extension (men and women)
Foundation House (for men)
Four Circles Transitional program (6 months)
Freedom Counseling Services
Gaston House (Dallas, TX)
Genesis Ministries (Kennesaw Ga) (men) 770-926-0177
Hickey House (men ages 18+)
New Faith (men)
Hope Homes (3/4 way house)
Inner Harbour (women 18+)
Life Healing Center – (adults)
My Sister’s House (women and children)
Northstar Recovery (men 18+)
Oak Tree Recovery Homes (men)
Pathways to Peace (men and women)
Pavillon Place (men 18+)
Potters House (men)
Power House (men) Gonzales, Louisiana
Progress Valley (men)
Promise of Hope (men and women 18+)
Providence Ministries (men)
Real Recovery (men 18+)
Redemption House- (men 18+)
Rock Solid Recovery (men 18+) in Costa Mesa, California
Safety Net Recovery (men 18+)
Second Chance Recovery Residences (men and women)
Sober Living America (men and women)
Sober Living Community
Sure Haven (women 18+ in Costa Mesa, CA)
The Arches – (men and women)
The Refuge Group (men 18+)
The Well
Timothy House (men)
Traditions (men 18+)
Waypoint (men 18+)
Wellspring Living (women 18+)
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