Welcome to the Recovery Connections Network .We have spent the last ten years collecting resources so you don't have to spend countless precious hours surfing the Web .Based on personal experience we know first hand how finding help and getting those tough questions answered can be. If you cant find what you need here, email us firstname.lastname@example.org we will help you. Prayer is also available just reach out to our email ! TM Of HH LLC
As you know over the years the City of Angels has assisted the many families whose loved ones suffered from addiction. The team of coaches and volunteers work hard day after day to provide the useful and necessary information and training to help comfort those families, the addicted, recoverees, and friends with the tools and advice to face their addiction, and never is a fee charged to them or their families.
All our funds come from people like you who support our non-profit organization.
In October during National Substance Abuse Prevention Month (NSAPM), we are raising awareness of the ongoing pressing problem of substance abuse that continues to destroy people and families. We provide the necessary programs through Recovery Coaches, training, and assistance in aftercare.
We are asking friends of the City of Angels to make a modest monthly donation of just $9.00 a month so we can continue to provide ongoing services and critical assistance in addressing substance abuse. Just $9.00 a month, which is a little more than $100.00 per year will make a big difference in the fight against substance abuse in a big way. There isn’t a better time than this October during NSAPM to commit to helping protect your family, your community, and those in active addiction needing help.
Tears of confusion and helplessness overwhelm loved ones, and people you know. They need your help! The City of Angels has provided substance abuse services compassionately to our community and the surrounding areas for over 10 years. We need your support now to help others. COVID -19 has exasperated an already disastrous substance abuse public health crisis.