Voices of Hope, Inc.

Voices of Hope, Inc.

224 E. Main
Elkton, Maryland 21921
(443) 993-7055


Voices of Hope, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization made of people in recovery, family members and allies who support recovery throughout Maryland, but primarily in Cecil and Harford Counties.  We work together to advocate for recovery resources, mentor new people in recovery, work to eliminate the stigma of addiction and recovery and generally support all pathways of recovery.


Maryland Certified Peer Recovery Specialist training, supervision, and internships
Hope Street: Backpack Harm Reduction Outreach Teams
Homeless Outreach & Connection to Services
Crisis Connections to Treatment, Health Care and Recovery Supports
Annual Overdose Vigil
Recovery Support Funding (when available)
Peer Recovery Support Services to Youth, Individuals and Families
Recovery Community Center – 409 W. Pulaski Hwy. Elkton, MD (see website for meetings)
Narcan Training
Support All Pathways of Recovery


Since the establishment of Voices of Hope in 2013 by some motivated people in recovery, we have developed 4 main goals:  opening a 24/7 Recovery Community Center for local recovery groups and events, advocating for in-county detox services, developing a youth in recovery support system and advocating for legal syringe services in our community where Hep-C was rampant.  Although we have opened a Recovery Community Center that hosts recovery meetings and has youth supportive programming, our proudest accomplishment has been helping to establish legal syringe services in our community.  This essential service, along with outreach and compassionate relationship building that inspire change and recovery, lives have been saved.  Using these services as a vehicle, we are able to engage with individuals and families at any stage of change and offer recovery supports.


Voices of Hope is an amazing organization for those wanting to be drug-free and remain drug-free. The volunteers and staff have passionate, non-judgmental hearts. Many of them are in recovery themselves…so they truly know the challenges those that are addicted face. Cecil County is blessed to have such an organization right on Main Street in Elkton.

– Jayne Mitchell-Werbrich, Facebook Review