Voices of Hope is a non-profit with Federal 501(c)(3) status founded in Lexington, Kentucky. This organization promotes life-long recovery from the chronic disease of addiction through recovery support services, advocacy, research and education.
While at the Rx Drug Abuse and Heroin Summit this month, MAPDA heard from the co-founders of Voices of Hope, The Elswick family, while they spoke during President Trump's Keynote. The Elswicks use their education and lived experience to advocate for those seeking long-term recovery.
Two deserving students from diverse backgrounds have each been awarded a $1000 college scholarship for students recovering from addiction or affected by the addiction epidemic and who are pursuing a degree that will assist individuals and families struggling with addiction.
Nearly 150 eligible students from all over the country applied for this year's prestigious Recovery Centers of America / MAPDA Hope for Addiction Scholarship.