A Big Thank You from A Change for Nick for those who attended Friday night, our community sponsors and those who donated. Together we can make a difference!
Assisting those struggling with their disease of addiction and working in concert with those in recovery, family members, and our community to destroy the face of heroin and begin saving lives
A Change for Nick is a 501(c)(3) non-profit foundation working to prevent, assist and mentor those struggling with the disease of addiction. Our vision is to have a peer to peer Community Recovery Center that offers many pathways of support in recovery. Recovery is initiated in treatment, continued recovery and long term recovery takes place in our communities. We hope to be that recovery Support Service with ongoing support in a safe and always welcoming atmosphere.
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