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Addiction Recovery Support in Maryland

Happy Memorial Day from Voices of Hope!

We celebrated Memorial Day by taking part in the Elkton Alliance Memorial Day Parade, to pay tribute and honor all servicemen and women both past and present as well as show our patriotism. Thank you to all who volunteered and… Continue Reading →

Cecil Whig follows our Wound Care Nurse & Harm Reduction Team for the Week.

Matt Hubbard, a Cecil Whig journalist, joins our Wound Care nurse during a regular week here at Voices of Hope, and sees first hand the level of care and passion it takes to fulfill his job duties. Check out the… Continue Reading →

Our very own Tony Siple Interviews with Harford TV!

Tony is a resident of our Men’s Recovery House and a peer with Voices of Hope. Even before Tony came onboard as a staff member, he was a dedicated volunteer at the Cecil Community Recovery Center. Tony is a shining… Continue Reading →

Voices of Hope Employees share over 315 Years in Recovery!

Almost every person employed at Voices of Hope has personally been affected by behavioral health disorder. We are people in recovery or allies and advocates of recovery and we have the experience needed to help others who are suffering from… Continue Reading →

Horsing Around and Healing at VoH

Voices of Hope staff and residents are participating in therapeutic equine therapy sessions at Freedom Hills Therapeutic Riding Program in Port Deposit. This 5 week session introduces horses to people who are in recovery from addiction, many who never rode… Continue Reading →

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

Mental Health Awareness Month was established in 1949 to increase awareness of the importance of mental health and wellness in Americans’ lives and to celebrate recovery from mental illness. “During National Mental Health Awareness Month, we honor the absolute courage… Continue Reading →

Voices of Hope Goes Red for Alcohol Awareness Month

Excessive alcohol use is linked with a number of short- and long-term public health problems, including cancers, mental health concerns, injuries, violence, unintended pregnancy, and social and employment problems. Here are some facts you should know about excessive alcohol use:… Continue Reading →

Wall Street Journal’s Article about Xylazine and VoH Community Wound Care Nurses

By Alyssa Schukar and Julie Wernau Follow | Photographs by Alyssa Schukar for The WallStreet Journal

Pills that look Real but are NOT.

The pills online and on the street may not be what you are looking for! Don’t use drugs alone and carry Narcan – call Voices of Hope to get Naloxone (Narcan) today!

Merry Christmas from Cecil Harm!

Our Harm Reduction team had their own special gathering to have fun and show their appreciation for each other. This team works well in outreach due to their respect for each other and the people they serve. Compassionate engagement with… Continue Reading →

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