Many of us, this year especially, have experienced confusion, anger, worry, sadness, frustration, and fear. For those with substance use and mental health disorders, very often, these emotions are a constant reality that has only been exasperated by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Holding on to hope is hard. The individuals who come to Integrity House for help have chosen courage over despair and action over apathy. They are Resilient for Recovery.
A survivor of domestic violence and sexual assault, Julia arrived at Integrity House committed to confronting a decade-long battle with addiction. What’s possible when you take a leap of faith and believe in your ability to overcome? After completing long-term treatment and residency at the halfway house, Julia is in recovery—happy, healthy, and hopeful.
At the start of the pandemic, the support of our community made it possible for us to continue providing compassionate care for hundreds of individuals who, like Julia, are discovering their resilience. During this unique season of gratitude, help us raise $75,000 by December 31st so that we can continue to connect those in need to critical services.
Unable to donate as much as you’d like now? Sign up for our monthly giving program by December 31st for an affordable way to demonstrate your commitment to rebuilding lives all year long.