Voices of Hope, Inc. today announced that it received a $2,000 grant from the United Way of Cecil County to benefit people seeking or are in recovery / sober housing who are at risk of homelessness due to COVID-19.
The grant is part of the mission of United Way of Cecil County’s mission to help the people of Cecil County who are burdened by the financial wake of COVID-19. Through the generosity of donors throughout our community, United Way of Cecil County is providing resources and relief programs that serve families and individuals facing sudden financial
“Financial insecurity and isolation can put personal recovery at risk. The United Way grant will help some individuals to have housing security while overcoming other obstacles during the pandemic such as being laid off and restricted recovery support meetings. It may save someone from relapse and overdose death. We are grateful for community partnerships that really make a difference when people need it most.” said Jennifer Tuerke, Executive Director of Voices of Hope.
Voices of Hope, Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit Recovery Community Organization whose mission is to help individuals and families struggling with substance use in Maryland.
About United Way of Cecil County
United Way of Cecil County is a purpose-driven organization committed to advancing Cecil County’s health and human services agenda by expanding resources and applying them effectively to build a better more self-sufficient community. They envision a local community
where all individuals and families can achieve their human potential, through education, income stability and health.