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Harford Tech, Students Against Destructive Decisions Donation Drive

Every year Harford Technical High hosts the Faces of Addiction Display and Donation Drive, sponsored by Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD). Voices of Hope was chosen as the recipient of several items donated by students, which will be utilized through… Continue Reading →

Maryland Recovery Stories

Stigma of Addiction Realized People with substance use related disorders face prejudice and discrimination due to lack of understanding about the disease. Stigma – like prejudice and discrimination – can perpetuate the problem. Unfortunately, negative attitudes toward people who misuse… Continue Reading →

Voices of Hope, Elkton Memorial Day Parade Highlights

Voices of Hope-Harford: CPRS featured in The Hills “Opioids and the Criminal Justice System” Summit

In case you missed it, our very own Don Mathis appeared last month on The Hill’s “Opioids and the Criminal Justice System” live-stream alongside policymakers, corrections officials, academics, and treatment experts for a comprehensive discussion on improving addiction treatment and… Continue Reading →

VoH Executive Director Selected as the “Woman to Watch” on the Eastern Shore of Maryland!

Read all about it here!

Voices of Hope-Cecil County Harm Reduction, “Saving Life and Limb”

Voices of Hope was featured this past Sundays edition of the Baltimore Sun, in an article titled “Saving Life and Limb.” The article highlighted the partnership between our Cecil County Harm Reduction team and the National Institute of Standards and… Continue Reading →

3 Questions: Cecil Community Recovery Center

What programs and services are offered through Cecil Community Recovery Center (CCRC)? The CCRC is a multi-faceted peer run program. We offer services for individuals with substance use and mental health disorders, across the stages of change. At the heart… Continue Reading →

3 Questions w/ Voices of Hope: Transgender Day of Visibility

Transgender Day of Visibility is an annual event occurring on March 31st, and is dedicated to celebrating the Transgender Community by raising awareness of discrimation and relentless resiliency of the community in standing tall and strong in the face of… Continue Reading →

March 26th, Bowling Fundraiser is a “Strike” for Cecil County Recovery

This past weekend, Voices of Hope held at Bowling Fundraiser at Elk Lanes. 39 members of the Recovery Community, residents of the new Voices of Hope Recovery Houses, staff, friends and family members gathered for an evening of fun. Funds… Continue Reading →

Stories of Hope: Brittany’s Story

A few months ago, Brittany and her boyfriend, Michael, were participants in our Syringe Services Program and recipients of Wound Care. Due to wounds caused by injecting into her hands, the Wound Care team prepared Brittany for the possibility of… Continue Reading →

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