P.O. Box 654
Olney, MD 20850
Tree of Hope provides one-on-one Peer services to those seeking a fresh start. We are engaged by treatment center centers, shelter systems and local government agencies to assist in helping people connect to community, recovery paths and resources. Assisting the recoveree in identifying barrier and creating short term goals to remove the barriers helps recoveree manage tasks. Our well trained Peers' lived experience enables them to develop and maintain a meaningful connection.
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PROVIDER TOWNHALL FOR PEERS
Tree of Hope sponsors two very important Townhalls and listservs to the Peer community. The first being the Statewide Provider townhall for Peers that meets every 2nd Thursday of the Month. Providers come on monthly to educate the Peer community on services and resources available for their recoverees. The listserv enables Recovery Coaches to find treatment and resources in real time as requests are made and Providers respond based on availability. If you would like to be added to the listserv and/or invited to the town hall, please send an email to email@example.com.
SOUTHERN REGION TOWNHALL
This townhall brings together Recovery Coaches in Montgomery, Prince Georges, Charles, Calvert and St. Mary's County. We come together to identify barriers in the Peer community and work as advocating as a collective to problem solve and remove those barriers. We invite the community as a whole to attend. If you would like an invitation, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Tree of Hope (TOH) is certified by the MAPBCB State Board to provide CEUs for Peer trainings. We write our own trainings:
Self Esteem: Unpacking the Bag
Telling Your Story
CCAR Trainings (RCA, Ethics, Spirituality, Professionalism and RC and ED)
Choices Trainings (Suicide Prevention, Peer Recovery Coach training in Spanish)
TOH can also arrange by request:
Basic Microsoft Office Training
Website design and management
We have Coffee Houses and dances regularly to give newcomers a safe drug and alcohol free place to socialize and have fun. These events also serve as a fundraiser for our organization. No one is turned away whether they can pay or not. Some of the events we offer are:
Coffee Houses (Talent shows)
Baseball team (after Covid)
Dia De Los Muertas celebration
Multi-pathway Speakers Jams
Annual Wellness Retreat