The Project Hope initiative was created to reduce the impact substance use disorders have on the quality of life and crime in a community. Project Hope employs evidence-based strategies to provide people opportunities for treatment, and reduce the stigma of addiction.
Anyone (individuals suffering from substance use disorders, family members, friends) who wishes
can receive information on AODA treatment or self-refer to treatment.
A multidisciplinary team assisting individuals seeking
voluntarily admission to treatment. If the individual encounters barriers to successful treatment, the Team assists the individual to
overcome those barriers.
A multidisciplinary group that works collaboratively with community shareholders to respond to the critical needs of children at risk.
The program's top ongoing need is mentors for children. We have partnered with Mentor Chippewa to connect mentees with adults who want to genuinely make a difference in their community and childrens' lives.
Interested community members are also encouraged to visit the website www.mentorchippewa.org for more information about the program, including time commitments and responsibilities, mentor applications, and more.
Financial contributions are also accepted and will be used to support the program and its mission. This can encompass treatment costs, mental health donations, and cover the cost of items needed for those who are in the program.
Donations are accepted through the Community Foundation of Dunn County. Donations can be made online or sent via the mail to the Community Foundation and should reference that they are to be used for Project Hope.
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