Congratulations To Our Nonprofit Of The Week
About the Nonprofit:
The Homecoming Project, Inc. is a beacon of hope nestled in the tranquil community of Bel Air, Maryland. With deep roots in a thriving recovery community, Bel Air provides an ideal setting for the Homecoming Project’s mission: to offer a supportive haven for women in their journey to overcome addiction and rebuild their lives as empowered, productive members of society.
Founded in 1999, Homecoming Project, Inc. initially started as a halfway house in Abingdon, Maryland, with a primary focus on helping impoverished women in their battle against drug and alcohol addiction. Recognizing the need for improved facilities and more effective management practices, the organization relocated to Bel Air in June 2006. Their new home is a welcoming single-family residence designed to provide a nurturing environment where women can heal and regain their strength.
As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Homecoming Project, Inc. is governed by a dedicated Board of Directors that reflects the local business and addiction recovery community. Their commitment to making a difference shine through in the essential work they do each day, offering women a chance at transformation, recovery, and a brighter future.
Homecoming Project, Inc. stands as a testament to the power of compassion, resilience, and community support in the fight against addiction. Their story is one of redemption, healing, and the unwavering belief that every person deserves a second chance.
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About our Features of the Week:
One of our goals is to help raise awareness for several different causes, diseases, and more. Each week we feature a Non-Profit of the Week for you, so please visit these organizations and share their information. Your organization may be the Harford County Living Non-Profit of the Week in the future.
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