As the drug and opioid epidemic increases, we strive to support individuals struggling with substance abuse.

Men and women who suffer from substance abuse often feel shame and cast aside.  It is important that we open our hearts in hopes of recovery; everyone deserves a second chance. Therefore, by opening our hearts and listening to their struggles, we can better serve their needs.

Families also struggle when a loved one suffers from addiction problem. We support the family and friends who are often innocent bystanders throughout a very traumatic time.

Addiction is a disease that requires lifelong treatment and support. Recovery houses, sober living arrangements, and counseling are important when seeking long-term sobriety. We stand by these men and women as they fight for their recovery. By having support of their community, developing a strong faith, and working with families, we believe recovery is possible.

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