Hand Delivered Hope is a non-profit organization founded by a a mom of young man that has struggled with addiction for 8 years. We are a group of motivated and concerned citizens that have been affected by the opioid epidemic and can not ignore the gaps in systems that have created road blocks to those both seeking treatment and living in recovery.
Hand Delivered Hope provides street outreach to those who have been impacted by such road blocks and subsequently call the streets home. Hand delivering basic needs, nutrition and resources alongside encouragement that recovery is possible, education on how to practice harm reduction and most importantly their message of hope, that although it may feel as though the rest of the world has cast shame and doubt upon them they have not been forgotten.
Hand Delivered Hope works to educate state lawmakers, health care professionals and the general public for the need to continue to advocate for the improved standards of care that are currently affecting the lives of our loved ones in active addition, in treatment and in aftercare.
Hand Delivered hope is committed to meeting folks where they are at and providing a multifaceted approach to those with a desire to get well to no matter the pathway of recovery they shall choose