HOPE AND OVERCOMING INC.
Hope and OVERcoming, Inc is a NON PROFIT organization based out of Hamilton County Indiana and servicing all of Indiana. We are dedicated to raising awareness, providing prevention and education and supporting those living in the crisis of opiate addiction.
We are committed to RECOVERY and helping individuals who suffer from substance use disorder find long term, therapeutic treatment and helping them to maintain recovery.
With the lack of resources in Indiana and so many financial barriers causing a lack of treatment for all who seek, Hope and OVERcoming, Inc. exists to help steer anyone and everyone who wants recovery to get the treatment they deserve.
Hope and OVERcoming, Inc. operates on a donations basis only to continue to help families across the Hoosier State. Our volunteers work relentlessly with care and compassion to ensure that all those in need, get a chance.
With your help we can continue to operate and service those who suffer, service families, educate and support.
- Prevention and Education Programs
- Recovery Coaching
- Support Groups
- Recovery Groups
- Project U-TURN for teens
- Treatment Placement and insurance education
**all donations are final and become public interest for the community cause
24.6 million people 12 or older (9.4% of the population) live with substance dependence
1.9 million Americans live with prescription opioid abuse or dependence, while 517,000 Americans live with heroin addictioniv
Opioid addiction disease occurs in every American State, County, socio-economic and ethnic group
23% of heroin users develop chronic opioid addiction diseasev National Opioid Overdose Epidemic
Over 100 Americans died from overdose deaths each day in 2013
46 Americans die each day from prescription opioid overdoses; two deaths an hour, 17,000 annually
While illicit opioid heroin poisonings increased by 12.4% from 1999 to 2002, the number of prescription opioid analgesic poisonings in the United States increased by 91.2% during that same time period
Drug overdose was the leading cause of injury death in 2013, greater than car accidents and homicide
About 8,200 Americans die annually from heroin overdoses
About 75% of opioid addiction disease patients switch to heroin as a cheaper opioid source
In 2012, 259 million opioid pain medication prescriptions were written, enough for every adult in America to have a bottle of pills.