What programs and services are offered through Cecil Harm Reduction? Cecil Harm Reduction offers: homeless outreach, a fixed-site Syringe Service Program, community syringe clean ups, Narcan training, “Hope Street” Harm-Reduction outreach walks, and peer support to all participants and community… Continue Reading →
Voices of Hope and Healing Hearts will host a candlelight vigil service on International Overdose Awareness day, August 31, 2019. This is the 6th annual gathering of families and loved ones at the Gilbert Lighthouse Pavilion at the North East… Continue Reading →
Our outreach teams believe in the transformative power of recovery. Our lives have been forever changed by this power. Hope Street is our action of gratitude: reaching out to addicts, offering relationship, information, resources and recovery. Leading up to Giving… Continue Reading →
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Trained volunteers hit the streets in October to make relationships and to offer resources, safe use and safe sex materials throughout Cecil County, Maryland. Hope Street is the backpack outreach team of Voices of Hope, Inc. Volunteers are people in… Continue Reading →
Voices of Hope joined forces with Youth Empowerment Source (YES), Maryland Coalition of Families and local churches to host a day of activities for International Overdose Awareness Day on August 31, 2018. A Prayer Breakfast was held at Wesley United… Continue Reading →
People in recovery, family members and concerned citizens attended the 2nd Recovery Volunteer Army training on Saturday, August 25, 2018 at the Susquehanna Workforce Center in Elkton, MD. In this three hour training, participants learned about harm reduction and trauma… Continue Reading →
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 →