Voices of Hope Recovery Community Center Grand Opening - Bim Group

Voices of Hope Recovery Community Center Grand Opening

The Bim Team attended the Grand Opening and Ribbon Cutting ceremony this morning for the Voices of Hope Recovery Community Center! Voices of Hope is Bim Group’s Charity of the Year.  We are extremely passionate about their cause and excited to contribute to their mission.

The new Center, located in Suite 101 of 450 Old Vine Street, will house the staff and space for the organization’s growing list of recovery support services, including:

  • Telephone Recovery Support, a service that makes weekly calls to folks in recovery to listen and support their journey to long-term sobriety.
  • CCAR-certified Recovery Coaches / certified Peer Support Specialists, who provide individual in-person, phone or video coaching.
  • Recovery meetings (e.g., Twelve-step, SMART Recovery, SMART Friends and Family),
  • Social activities (yoga, bookclub, arts and crafts), educational classes (financial literacy, employment readiness, parenting classes) and other community-based services.

 

About Voices of Hope

Our programs and services exist to bring together caring people and community partners to support meaningful recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. We provide direct services such as telephone recovery support and our soon to be launched recovery coaching program. Through these programs we support, encourage and connect people with the services they need. Overdose response training not only empowers the community to respond to an overdose, it informs the community about what recovery looks like in a family or an individual so that we can reduce stigma. Our speaker’s bureau has a wide variety of speakers and topics designed to inform, reduce stigma, and support individuals. Our Living Proof: Next Generation Scholarship supports youth who are family members impacted by addiction by providing financial support for them to further their education. Finally, our Living Proof Scholarship celebrates the noble road to recovery by awarding an individual in recovery a scholarship to continue their education. Learn More

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