Group providing hope for those dealing with use disorder

The core leaders of Voices of Hope are, from left, Rhondi Gleeson, Cathy Quigley, Robin Rieske, and Elizabeth McEwen, along with Cheryl Rusin, who is not pictured but whom McEwen calls “the heart and soul of the program.” Quigley holds one of the Narcan boxes she is working to place around the community thanks to a GoFundMe donation in honor of her niece Hallie Sills, who died of an opioid overdose in 2020. Lauren Harkawik

Voices of Hope offering in-person wellness services at old firehouse 
WILMINGTON - Voices of Hope, the grassroots group that came together in 2018 as community members concerned about substance use disorder, has reached a new level of accomplishment. The group is now offering regular, in-person services for mental health, wellness, and substance use recovery. They’re offering those services at the old firehouse in Wilmington. 

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