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Dear friend,

 

As holiday lights begin to shine and the joy of the season spreads throughout our community, there are many looking towards this time of year with dread, fear, and anxious anticipation. We see this reflected in the significant increase in calls that come into our 24/7 crisis line this time of year. People looking for help; scared loved ones looking for resources; all them ultimately seeking hope.

 

Take Charly, a young single mom who, after experiencing her parents' drug use and her father's overdose, found solace in First Call's Life Skills education classes while staying at a local shelter. Your support empowers individuals like Charly to break the cycle of addiction.

 

Your year-end gift ensures that those on the path to recovery receive the support they deserve. It means young people in First Call's education programs can make healthy choices and build resilience.

 

Charly's gratitude is a testament to the impact. "Because of the support and lessons I learned through First Call, I am now living in my own apartment and have gone back to school!"

 

Your contribution is a lifeline, guiding individuals of all ages to a brighter future and offering hope to those affected by addiction. 

 

With Gratitude,

 

Emily Hage

President and CEO

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Emily Hage

President and CEO

WHAT CAN MY DOLLAR DO?

$1000


6 weeks of stable and safe housing for

justice-involved client early on their path to recovery.

$500


6 weeks of stable and safe housing for

justice-involved client early on their path to recovery.

$250


6 weeks of stable and safe housing for

justice-involved client early on their path to recovery.

$100


6 weeks of stable and safe housing for

justice-involved client early on their path to recovery.

$50


6 weeks of stable and safe housing for

justice-involved client early on their path to recovery.

Our Clients

Meet Sherry

 

"Just knowing FirstCall is here for me is a true blessing

because, again, I don't feel like I'm by myself."

 

Meet Roshan

"I first came to First Call for my loved one,

but I keep coming back for myself."

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