Comprehensive and coordinated access to opioid/substance use prevention, treatment and recovery services in Marshall County.
Provide a continuum of services that establishes Substance Use Disorder (SUD) prevention as the cornerstone of a healthy society, creates a robust safety net of easily-accessed treatment options, and supports successful recovery for any individual and family in need.
Hopeful and compassionate care
Accessible and affordable services
Strong and encouraging community collaborations
Have you seen our billboards throughout Marshall County?
Project HOPE is a consortium with many partner organizations
Marshall County Probation
Michiana Opioid Task Force
Spearheaded by Beacon Health System’s Community Impact Department, nine members (we have now doubled in members) from diverse services came together to draft specific plans for creating a consortium that could expand the work of individual agencies and organizations. The group adopted the name Project HOPE and eventually received a FY-19 Planning Grant.
Project HOPE's services are free of charge in Marshall County.
Let your hopes, not your hurts, shape your future.
Robert H. Schuller
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