Since the start of the pandemic, fatal drug overdoses have exploded and alcohol consumption has greatly increased. It has created widespread social disruption and isolation. It has limited social support and access to medical care. In the very near future, more women will be in need of additional recovery resources. We must act with urgency.
Sober living is an underutilized recovery resource and there is a lack of homes for women, mothers, sisters, daughters, coworkers, someone you know. We want the chance to open a new kind of sober home for working women professionals and healthcare professionals in the Richmond, Virginia area. With your help, we can open the first of many sobriety houses that will help someone you know struggling with substance use disorder.
Please give to help a woman you already know who struggles with substance abuse. Your support is needed to help a woman gain sobriety. Donations will go towards operational costs, house maintenance, workforce development, and scholarships for low-income women.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse recommends at least 90 days of treatment to gain the full benefits of recovery. We can offer a home to women needing more recovery resources and a supportive community to increase their chances of maintaining long term sobriety.
We are a registered nonprofit.
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