At Hope Movement Coalition, we recognize that everyone’s story is special and the needs for support are different depending on where you are in your journey. Our mission is to give you an array of options so that no matter what stage of life you’re at – there’s something here that can help!
Support and Resources
Help Every Step of the Journey
Not In Vain
#NotInVain is a faith based entity created by, and for, grieving mothers to provide emotional, informational, and tangible support to mothers who have lost a child, whose death was in any way related to chemical substance use, and to give each other hope for the future.
Team Sharing, Inc.
Team Sharing Inc. is a national organization of parents who have lost a child to Substance Use Disorder (SUD). Through social networking, community activism, grief services and advocacy, TEAM SHARING provides support and friendship to grieving families while working to raise awareness of Substance Use Disorder and its impact on our communities.
Grief Recovery After Substance Passing (GRASP) was created to offer understanding, compassion, and support for those who have lost someone they love through addiction and overdose. Become a part of the healing community that is GRASP.
While We’re Waiting
The loss of a child, no matter that child’s age, is profoundly life-altering. It’s as if the foundations of everything we once held dear have been shaken and cracked. The While We’re Waiting ministry offers free Biblically based retreats, where bereaved parents form bonds and make connections with other moms and dads who truly understand the experience of child loss.
Partners in Purpose
Are you looking to help create positive change? Our list of incredible organizations and movements provide an inspiring way for you to use your skills and energy towards a meaningful purpose! From these initiatives, grief has been transformed into something that can truly impact the world.
Christopher Wolf Crusade
The Christopher Wolf Crusade (CWC) is a 501(c)3 providing preventative solutions, education, and advocacy for the American opioid epidemic. We believe that mental wellness and education are central to reducing substance misuse and self medication. We are committed to spreading wellness skills and life saving information about opioids through our programming.
The Share Project
The Share Project envision a world where addiction is de-stigmatized and better understood as a disease and where family members and loved ones of those afflicted by addiction never feel like they have to suffer alone or in silence.
Parker Gill Foundation
We believe a combination of Prevention and Recovery efforts are vital to ending opioid related overdose deaths in Arkansas. We believe the most effective way to prevent opioid-related overdose is through the PREVENTION of substance use and substance use disorder. Education focused on community settings, collegiate and youth in school.
JoCo ANGELS OPIOID AWARENESS AND SUPPORT
The mission of the JoCo Angels is to promote opioid awareness and support in Johnston County reducing use and responding to those affected.
Lost Voices of Fentanyl
We are a non-profit organization comprised of bereaved families devoted to education, public awareness and the prevention of illicit fentanyl poisonings. Our Facebook discussion group provides a safe space for bereaved family members to gather and provide one another with the support and strength they need to face another day after the unthinkable and sudden losses of loved ones to illicit fentanyl poisonings, to discuss current state and federal policies and actions which are directly impacting this illicit fentanyl crisis and to push for working solutions that will save lives.
My Child’s Life Matters
We’re dedicated to fighting the heartbreaking opioid crisis that’s sweeping our nation. Our approach combines spreading awareness, teaching prevention strategies and providing support for families who have tragically lost a loved one due to fentanyl or other opiate poisoning.
Drug Induced Homicide
We are the voice of those who cannot speak for themselves. Join us in our mission to promote Drug Induced Homicide legislation, raise awareness around drug-related deaths and provide support for families whose loved ones were unlawfully given a controlled substance that led to their death. Together we can help make this world a safer place!
FACING FENTANYL ™ is a not-for-profit assembly of grassroots illicit fentanyl awareness groups. We are affected families that have built organizations that address the impact of the deadly synthetic opioid fentanyl and the changing drug landscape. Together we warn the public about the dangers of illicit fentanyl. We speak for victims of illicit fentanyl poisoning and have been pleading for a whole government response to address this deadly poison. As the death toll rises and more families grieve, advocates and affected family members are taking initiative to bring forth a NATIONAL FENTANYL PREVENTION AND AWARENESS DAY™. We ask that all of you FACE FENTANYL NOW.
VOID – Victims of Illegal Drugs
VOID was formed to bring to the public’s attention, through education, awareness and legislative advocacy, the immediate danger of sudden death associated with the use of illicit drugs, in particular FENTANYL, and other emerging synthetic analogs. This will be accomplished through the creation of a network of private, state and national governmental organizations, working together, to provide knowledge, preventive tools, and proposed legislation necessary to reduce the number of deaths occurring through this ever-increasing scourge confronting our society. We will speak on behalf of our loved ones, who can no longer speak for themselves.
Never Alone – Nick Rucker Foundation
The Never Alone – Nick Rucker Foundation is a passionate team of advocates working hard to protect our community from the dangers of fentanyl. We strive to create an atmosphere free from stigma and shame that works towards changing laws related to drug induced homicide, empowering us all for a brighter future.
Substance Use Disorder
Partnership to End Addiction
Solving the addiction crisis requires action from our nation’s families, the government and our health care system. Together, we’re creating a unified voice to more effectively prevent substance use and treat addiction. At the heart of our resources and services for families is critical expertise in all aspects of addiction research, including data science, program implementation and evaluation, and policy analysis.
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is the agency within the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that leads public health efforts to advance the behavioral health of the nation.
PAL – Parents of Addicted Loved Ones
Parents with an adult child dealing with substance use disorder involving either drugs or alcohol find hope and support through Parents of Addicted Loved Ones (PAL). Meetings are available all over the country, and lives are being changed every day. It’s not an easy journey, but you don’t have to go at it alone.
Suicide Prevention and Awareness
American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
We exist to save lives and bring hope to those affected by suicide. Established in 1987, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP) is a voluntary health organization that gives those affected by suicide a nationwide community empowered by research, education and advocacy to take action against this leading cause of death.
SAVE – Suicide Awareness Voices of Education
Our work is based on the foundation and belief that suicide is preventable and everyone has a role to play in preventing suicide. Through raising public awareness, educating communities, and equipping every person with the right tools, we know we can SAVE lives.
Hope is Oxygen
According to the World Health Organization, almost 800,000 people die every year from suicide. At Hope is Oxygen, we believe that number can be reduced. Dramatically reduced. We believe that one of the most important ways we can help prevent suicide is by restoring hope.