What We Do

Creating a recovery ready community

What We Do

Our programs and services exist to bring together caring people and community partners to support meaningful recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.  We provide direct services such as telephone recovery support and our soon to be launched recovery coaching program.  Through these programs we support, encourage and connect people with the services they need.  Overdose response training not only empowers the community to respond to an overdose, it informs the community about what recovery looks like in a family or an individual so that we can reduce stigma.  Our speaker's bureau has a wide variety of speakers and topics designed to inform, reduce stigma, and support individuals.  Our Living Proof: Next Generation Scholarship supports youth who are family members impacted by addiction  by providing financial support for them to further their education. Finally, our Living Proof Scholarship celebrates the noble road to recovery by awarding an individual in recovery a scholarship to continue their education.

We support recovery!

Telephone Recovery Support

We call YOU each week because we care about how you're doing. We have been impacted by drug and alcohol addiction too. We have your back.

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Living Proof Scholarships

Are you a high school senior who has been impacted by addiction or a person in recovery who is furthering their education? Find out more about our scholarships.

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Overdose Response Training

You can save a life! Learn to recognize and respond to an overdose.

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Speaker's Bureau

Engage one of our knowledgeable, inspiring speakers with a wide variety of training and life experiences.

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We Increase Recovery Capital

What is Recovery Capital?

Recovery capital is the vehicle through which we realize our mission of promoting life-long recovery form the chronic disease of addiction.  Recovery capital refers to all of the intra- and interpersonal resources that a person needs to enter and maintain recovery. Safe housing, stable employment, access to mental health and treatment services, and healthy relationships are just a few of the things that make it more likely that a person will lead a fulfilling life of recovery.

How do we do it?

At Voices of Hope, we contribute to people’s recovery capital in myriad ways: By allowing them to further their education through scholarships, offering social and emotional support through TRS, working toward important personal health goals through recovery coaching, destigmatizing addiction through public speaking and Hope and Remembrance Day, and much more!