Recovery Coach, AmeriCorps member, mother of six, partner, mentor, friend: Tracey Drimer has endless amounts of energy and enthusiasm that she owes to her passion for helping others, as well as coffee – and lots of it.
One of P.A.A.R.I.’s law enforcement partners, the Berea Police Department in Ohio, was featured in an article earlier this year for the great work they do to help people get into treatment programs. Patrolman Dave Kammerman is one of the officers assisting people through the department’s Safe Passages program and says that it has changed […]
So proud to share this Boston Globe profile on our very own Steve Lesnikoski. Steve was the first participant of the Gloucester Police Department just over two years ago. Now he’s working at P.A.A.R.I. and using his inspiring story to help people struggling with addiction.
Below is a letter from a real participant in the Scarborough, Maine Operation HOPE initiative. Since inception, Operation HOPE has placed more than 240 people directly into treatment.
Lauren Rainbow, an embedded social worker with the Everett Police Department in Washington, shared the story of two P.A.A.R.I. participants who have received treatment through Bella Monte Recovery Center in Desert Hot Springs, Calif. Read their stories here.
Shared by a participant in the Scarborough, Maine Operation HOPE Program “I refuse to be another name in the paper and hope that if this can help people who are dealing with addiction or educate those who don’t understand addiction than I would be thankful. There are many more people out there that need help […]