As part of our campaign to eliminate stigma against people who use drugs and those in recovery, we are sharing real stories of real people in recovery.
Voices of Hope is sharing real stories of real people in recovery as part of a campaign to eliminate stigma against those with behavioral health disorders.
Wounds resulting from chaotic drug use can prevent individuals from entering treatment. Stigmatizing health care professionals can unknowingly create a barrier for people needing health care. Thanks to the Maryland Department of Health, Center for Harm Reduction Services, we have… Continue Reading →
Today we are celebrating Alexys, who recently completed all the requirements to become a Maryland Certified Peer Recovery Specialist. Alexys works at Voices of Hope, connecting individuals to treatment and providing recovery supports. She is a tireless advocate for individuals… Continue Reading →
BALTIMORE—Open Society Institute-Baltimore is investing $772,000 to support 23 organizations working with Marylanders who use drugs, are incarcerated, or were recently released from incarceration, and thus at increased risks of contracting COVID-19, suffering a fatal overdose, or being re-incarcerated. OSI… Continue Reading →