THE MANY WAYS YOU CAN HELP
You can help with your generous gift of any amount. Your gift will help provide treatments and medications, as well as occasional transportation to and from their appointments. In some cases, we are even able to provide temporary housing and food for those that live too far away to conveniently make their treatment and counseling appointments.
We realize there are many worthwhile organizations to which you can donate. KY Helping Hands is different in that we provide a unique, and much needed service that other organizations don’t collectively provide.
You can also help by spreading the word. Share this website and go to our Facebook page and encourage others.
If you know of someone, or a family that is struggling with mental illness, addictions, or disorders and can’t find a way to get started or figure out how to pay for treatment, have them contact us. We can help! But, only if you donate so we have the financial resources to make it happen.
Join our growing family of Business Partners willing to contribute or discount their products and services to benefit others. Not only can your company financially benefit through tax deductions, but you will be advertised on our website and included as part of our ongoing marketing strategy. But, perhaps the greatest benefit is the knowledge that you had the ability to help make a difference in someone’s life, and did just that.
IMAGINE THE POSSIBILITIES?
We believe everyone deserves a chance to overcome their addictions and disorders and find their way to a new life, regardless of finances. Plus, one person’s personal recovery positively affects the lives of many others, including their friends and family.
What if everyone joined together with each helping a just little. Together, our combined efforts would make a huge difference; not only on the individuals that are struggling, not only on their families that hope each day for a change, but on the fabric of the very community in which we live. People that once were impoverished, suffering from Mental Illness, Addictions & Disorders are now valuable members of our society each contributing in their own way.