H.O.P.E. is parents, family members, friends, and loved ones of people dealing with opiate addiction, as well as people in recovery or seeking treatment.
What We Do
We meet weekly to offer mutual support, information, and resources.
We also engage in education and awareness efforts aimed at preventing addiction.
H.O.P.E. is free to all.
About Our Meetings
H.O.P.E. meets every Monday, 7 - 8:30 p.m. at the Hyland Behavioral Health/Kindred Hospital at St. Anthony's (Hyland "B" Building) on the St. Anthony's Medical Center Campus off Tesson Ferry Road. Meetings offer an informal chance to ask questions, share information, and benefit from mutual support. We occassionally feature guest speakers and sometimes participate in recovery-related events.
THERE'S H.O.P.E. MONDAY, AUGUST 19 & 26, 7:00 P.M.
Monday, August 19 and 26, will be general share and support meetings. We look forward to seeing how things are going in our respective worlds and what we can do to be there for each other.
(NOTE: NO EMAIL/WEBSITE UPDATE NEXT WEEK BEFORE THE AUG. 26 MEETING.)
FREE NARCAN, THE OVERDOSE ANTIDOTE, AVAILABLE AT THE MEETING!
MANY THANKS TO ROD FOR SHARING HIS STORY & EXPERIENCE WITH US!