1 and 10 Americans are struggling with Substance Use Disorder (SUD). Through our initiatives, we aim to raise awareness and community support for our program's mission addressing the needs of women seeking support during their recovery from SUD.
"Celebrating Recovery Day"
Whiffle Ball Tournament
Thirty-two teams battle it out in a double-elimination charity tournament. Join us for food, fun, raffles, and maybe... a little competition!
"Rise Up Against Addiction"
An escorted Motorcycle ride in memory of loved ones lost to Substance use Disorder. A day full of entertainment, great food, fundraising, and more!
We are supporting moms in treatment for Substance use Disorder by putting gifts under the tree for their children for Christmas. Learn more about how you can sponsor a child's wishlist.
Through the support of the community, we distribute bags with shoes, socks, pants, shirts, undergarments, toiletries, and first aid and meals to individuals currently struggling with addiction and living on Massachusetts Avenue.
International Overdose Awareness Day is on August 31st. Its purpose is to raise awareness of overdoses, reduce the stigma and acknowledge the grief felt by families and friends.