Community Recovery Project exists to provide access to education and resources on the subject of Opiate and Heroin addiction.
Opiate and heroin addiction is affecting our community. The consequences of addiction reach far beyond the addict. It is a physical, emotional, and spiritual illness.
The truth is, there is no single reason why someone may become an addict. Just as true, there is not any one single way to begin and maintain recovery.
Addiction does not discriminate. It knows no socioeconomic boundaries. It affects every gender, every race, and every generation.
We all have the right as a member of our community to understand how Opiate and Heroin addiction has become an epidemic in our Community.
We also have the right to knowledgeable, honest answers for treatment, housing, and health concerns.