One of our vivacious and passionate board members, Courtney Atsalakis, is hosting a gala in honor of the Amber Reineck House.
After losing her sister to an overdose in December 2015, Courtney became motivated to make sense of her sister’s avoidable death. While collaborating with Home of New Vision, she became determined to open a recovery home in memory of her sister, Amber Reineck.
This home will be used to support Home of New Vision’s programs and clients,
to help people recovering from substance use disorders create a better vision for their future.
We have opened 3 new recovery houses in Ann Arbor. We’ve added an online application to make applying for housing easier. You can fill out the application on the ONLINE RECOVERY HOUSING APPLICATION page.
FURNITURE, FURNITURE, FURNITURE! We need furniture. With the opening of our new houses, we will need items to make the house a home and the new clients will need a place to store their clothing and belongings. If you have gently used furniture in your garage, see an inexpensive piece at a yard sale or thrift shop, feel free to grab it for us. It’s a tax-deductible donation. Thank you!
The Recovery Advocate
The Washtenaw Recovery Project (WRAP) has a new publication that we rolled out at the WRAP Walk and Rally. You can pick one up at the Home of New Vision Office (3115 Professional Drive, Ann Arbor, MI 48104). To see a full list of all of the places you can pick up The Recovery Advocate or to view the online version, click HERE
Some activities and events are in Ann Arbor and others are in Jackson. Please click on the event to see the location of the event.