Partner With Us
We team up with healthcare providers, faith-based communities, other nonprofits and many other organizations who help us educate, offer help, bring programs to schools, and convey awareness about the ever growing problem of addiction.
We are a non-profit organization that has one overriding goal: Fighting addiction.
We are seeking individuals, businesses and other organizations to help. Will you consider a one time donation of $100? $250? $500?
Addiction, Voices of Hope Radio Show is a big component of our organization. Its purpose is to help educate the general public on the issues surrounding addiction. We will also be doing live shows from school auditoriums, and will have an question-and-answer session for the kids to ask my guest’s questions.
We also plan to open the Hope Resource Center. There, we’ll be able to provide a safe place for individuals and families to receive one-on-one, face-to-face help. Those in recovered would get assistance in their job search, as well as being able to apply for essentials such as diapers, formula, household items.
We haven’t even begun on the possibilities of what we are planning to do. The more sponsors we have, the more possibilities we have including rehabs centers, transitional housing, and programs for school education.
HOW CAN YOU HELP
You can make a one-time donation online. We have set up a PayPal account which allows anyone to donate instantly through their safe and secure internet-based system. You can even select which program or service you’d like your dollars to be used for: Radio Program; Hope Resource Center Materials; In-School Education Program.
Program Sponsorships: Opportunities are available for sponsors of our radio program on 95.9 The Light, as well as our programs in area schools. Did you know that a one-time donation of just $500 will pay for our radio program for an entire month? To learn more, please call us at 330-806-1953 or
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WHY OUR SERVICES ARE NEEDED
It is very hard to be in recovery. We would like to make it a little more possible, and not so life-altering that they give up. It is easy to go back to a life of drugs/alcohol, but it takes perseverance, strength, and sometimes a little help from others to get your sober life back.
We are committed to Recovery and Prevention for all.
Michelle – “This project is very dear and near to my heart as I am a recovering alcoholic. I have gone, and still go through struggles to be able to obtain what most people would consider a normal life.Just take a look through our whole website, and listen to the show, and you will see and hear a little bit more about what we are trying to accomplish.”