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Limitless Ventures

REcovery Fund I

ABOUT US

The sad reality

opiate addiction around the world

110,000,000

People worldwide will suffer from alcoholism or drug addiction.1,2

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death from opiates

3,300,000

Deaths are contributed to alcohol consumption worldwide.1,2

addiction in the united states

20,800,000

Americans suffer from chronic substance abuse.3,4

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addiction deaths

135,000

In the U.S. in 2014 alcohol misuse contributed to 88,000 deaths and 47,000 were related to drug abuse.3,4

cost of addiction

$504 Billion Economic Loss in 20154

Based on November 2017 Opioid Crisis report issued by The White House’s Council of Economic Advisors.

Drug-related deaths in the U.S.

(MOSTLY PEOPLE < 30)
2014
47,000
2017
72,000

Alcohol-related deaths in the U.S.

(AMONG ALL AGE GROUPS)
2014
34,560
2017
88,000

Tobacco-related deaths in the U.S.

(AMONG ALL AGE GROUPS)
2014
47,000
2018
480,000

1         WHO Global status report on alcohol and health, 2014
2        UN World Drug report, 2016
3        R. Miller, William & Walters, Scott & E. Bennett, Melanie. (2001). How effective is alcoholism treatment in the United States?. Journal of studies on alcohol and drugs. 62. 211-220. 10.15288/jsa.2001.62.211.
4        November 2017 Opioid Crisis report issued by The White House’s Council of Economic Advisors

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The roadmap.

THE NEXT FEW YEARS
$22,000,000
Investment
Q4|2018
    NOW         
Q4|2018
80% Funded
Q1|2019
30% Deployed
Q1|2021
80% Deployed
   2023   
  Recycle & LP2

ADDRESSABLE MARKET

Five Finger Strategy
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Cultural Awareness
Life-
Sciences
Healthcare
Access
Treatment
Long-Term
Recovery
Specific addressable markets
1 Mihalic, S. F., & Elliot, D. S. (2014, August 19). Evidence-based programs registry: Blueprints for Healthy Youth Development. Retrieved March 01, 2019, from https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0149718914000925?via=ihubCultural - Community Development Marketplace
Specific addressable markets
1 Mihalic, S. F., & Elliot, D. S. (2014, August 19). Evidence-based programs registry: Blueprints for Healthy Youth Development. Retrieved March 01, 2019, from https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0149718914000925?via=ihubCultural - Community Development Marketplace
2 https://nicholashall.com/uploads/components/report/2017-Analgesics-Brochure-Web-5a7217b08ee59.pdf
3 https://www.pharmasalmanac.com/hubfs/Back%20Issues/PharmasAlmanac_Q
4_2017.pdf?hsLang=en-us4 SACKS, J. J., GONZALES, K. R., BOUCHERY, E. E., TOMEDI, L. E. AND BREWER, R. D., 2010 National and State Costs of Excessive Alcohol Consumption, In-text: (Sacks et al., 2019),
5 ASAM (2008), Tobacco - https://www.asam.org/docs/default-source/public-policy-statements/1nicotine-addiction-and-tobacco-rev-10-081.pdf?sfvrsn=7b5b2c23_0, March 1, 2019
6 Governor Christie, Chris, Governor Baker, Charlie, Congressman Kennedy, J. Patrick, Ph.D. Madras, Bertha, Florida Attorney General Bondi, Pam, (2017, November) The Presidents Commission on Combating Drug Addiction and The OpioidCrisis, https://www.whitehouse.gov/sites/whitehouse.gov/files/images/Final_Report_Draft_11-1-2017.pdf
7 NIDA (2016, May 6). Cocaine. Retrieved from https://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/research-reports/cocaine on 2019, March 1, 2019
Specific addressable markets
9 Higgs, Robert E., (2014) Healthcare Costs, https://www.icucare.com
Specific addressable markets
10 Surgeons General Report (2016) Surgeons Report on Drugs and Alcohol 2016
11 R. Miller, William & Walters, Scott & E. Bennett, Melanie. (2001). How effective is alcoholism treatment in the United States?. Journal of studies on alcohol and drugs. 62. 211-220. 10.15288/jsa.2001.62.211
Specific addressable markets
12 GOPLERUD, E., HODGE, S. AND BENHAM, T.A Substance Use Cost Calculator for US Employers With an Emphasis on Prescription Pain Medication Misuse, In-text: (Goplerud, Hodge and Benham, 2019)

Fund Overview

Committed Capital
Capital
Based
Returns
Mission
Based
Returns
ESG
+
Health
GP Fee:
1.8% : 30%
12 Years
Private Capital
(Class A)
$49M
PRI Capital
(Class B)
$200M
Limitless
Ventures
FUND
GP Capital
(Class C)
$1M

How do we solve Addiction?

if:

We help progress the recovery of the
substance use crisis.

then:

Together we can remove the negative stigma towards addiction/alcoholism, guiding the public to view SUDs for what they truly are,an unwarranted disease.
MEET THE MEMBERS
limitless ventures founder
Alexander Holt
Founding Partner



Drexel University
7+Years of Recovery1
$1.6M AUM
3 Startups
4 Non-Profits
Kite-surfer, Golfer
Management Partners
limitless ventures partner
Catherine Carlton
Partner




MBA-Case School (London)
15+ Years in Tech
10+ years in Government
1 IPO
Glassblower
limitless ventures partner
Evan Deshong
Partner



University of Colorado
5 Years Finance & Sales
7+ Years of Recovery1
$18M AUM
3 Yrs Recovery Manager
Car Enthusiast
Larry Kramer2
Chief Financial Officer


Boston University
36+ Years in Finance
20 Years CFO in VC
$500M AUM
6 Non-Profits
2 Kids
2 Bands

Managing Directors
limitless ventures board of directors
Rogan O’Donnell
Recovery

Franklin Pierce Univ.
28+ Years of Recovery1
$12M AUM
34 Real Estate Deals
1 Recovery House
31 Intensive Outpatient
39 Startups
Fisherman
limitless ventures board of directors
Dr. Jay Rosan
Chief Medical Officer


Albright University
20+ Year PCP3
Walgreens VP of Innov.
Multiple Innovative
Healthcare Success
Passionate to improve
the healthcare system
Dixon Thayer
Chief Operations Officer


Wharton, UPENN
Sr. Fellow Jefferson
School of Pop. Health
Operations Expertise
Healthcare Success
Founder/Entrepreneur
12 Transactions
Robert E. Cleary
Financial




Fordham University
25+ Years of Recovery1
30+ Year Stockbroker
Series 7 and Series 63
Sunday School teacher
limitless ventures board of directors
Norman Friedland
Legal


NYU Law
35+ Years Corp. Law
500+ deals
Tilden Scholar
2 Startups
Swims with dolphins
Board of Advisors
limitless ventures adviser
Benito Vila
Business



University of Miami
27+ Years of Recovery1
$2M AUM
25+ Years Media/Sales
2 Startups
Paddleboarder
Adam Moskow
Operations




Wharton, UPENN
40 Companies
4 Startups
16 Exits
Magician
limitless ventures adviser
Michael Murphy
Politics

Georgetown University
Seton Hall Law
Kennedy Law
31+ Years of Recovery1
40+ Years in Law
50+ Years in Politics
2 Stabilized Startups
Fellow, American Bar
limitless ventures board of directors
Joan Spivak
Life Sciences


Barnabus Columbia John’s Hopkins
35+ Years of Recovery2
25+ Years Life Sciences
$60M AUM
15 Startups
Gardener
Specialist Addiction Advisory Council
limitless ventures adviser
Dr. Owen Muir2




Amherst College
Univ. of RochesterMD
12 Years Psychology3
SUP Mentalization-
Based Treatment (MBT)
Recording engineer
limitless ventures adviser
Dr. Stuart Gitlow



MIT
Mount SinaiMD
Uni. of PittsburghMPH
Uni. of Rhode IslandMBA
27 Years Recovery-based Psychiatry3
Commercially rated pilot
limitless ventures adviser
Dr. Daniel Karlin




Columbia University
Univ. of ColoradoMD
20+ Years Psychiatry
2 outpatient
treatment programs3
Professional ski patrol

1           1st Degree of Recovery - Personal Experience and recovery from Addiction
2          2nd Degree of Recovery - Second Hand Experience - I.e. Friend or Family Member of Addict/Alcoholic
3          3rd Degree of Recovery - Third Hand Experience - i.e. Doctor, Lawyer or other support structure orbiting addiction.

  • heroin statistics

    Every 20 minutes in the united states:

  • heroin death

    3 people die of drug overdose

  • heroin baby addiction

    3 people die of alcohol abuse

  • heroin baby addiction

    15 people die of tobacco related causes

  • heroin baby addiction

    1 child requires NICU care for neonatal abstinence syndrome

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