Recovery Support in Maryland

Category Advocacy

Voices of Hope Harford County Reaches Out

People in recovery who live in Harford County have stepped up and are reaching out to end overdose deaths in their community. They are engaging with people who use drugs, family members and those who are at risk of overdose… Continue Reading →

Cecil County Miss Overdose Prevention

Cecil County is a 418 square miles of small rural towns that have share the big city problems of untreated addiction and mental health disorders. For the past few years, this county and 103,000 people has outpaced all other Maryland… Continue Reading →

Community Leaders Highlight Voices of Hope Recovery Banquet

This event is SOLD OUT as of 2/5/2020. Sponsorships are still available and silent auction items are deeply appreciated! Voices of Hope’s 5th Annual Recovery Gratitude Banquet will feature community leaders who have made a monumental difference in the lives… Continue Reading →

Learning to Represent at “Recovery is the Message” Training

People in recovery and family members attended the Faces and Voices of Recovery Messaging Training on August 30, 2018 at the Susquehanna Workforce Center in Elkton, MD.  Over 30 people were in attendance to learn how to carry the message… Continue Reading →

North East Recovery Town Hall Attracts 30 Participants

Families who have found recovery, those who seek it for a loved one and families who lost the battle were among the group who attended the North East Recovery Town Hall at St. Mary Anne’s Episcopal Church parish house on… Continue Reading →

VoH Speaks Up at Recovery Advocacy Day in D.C.

Alyssa Holsopple is a member of the Voices of Hope backpack outreach and homeless engagement teams and is a resident of Cecil County.  She drove early to Washington, D.C. on Wednesday, July 25, 2018 to represent the needs of our… Continue Reading →

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