Seeds of Hope
A Trauma-Responsive Program for Youth Impacted by the Addiction Crisis
What is Seeds of Hope?
The Seeds of Hope is a free program that aims to: (1) increase access to services for youth 0-18 years old impacted by the addiction crisis; and, (2) build capacity across our community to respond to the needs of youth and families through evidence-based, trauma-informed practices.
Our Seeds of Hope program is one of only 17 in the United States funded by the 2020 American's Addiction Crisis efforts, and one of only two sites in North Carolina.
Anyone 0- 18 years old who has experienced some type of adversity or trauma and is:
*Struggling with addition
*Has a loved one struggling with addiction
*Has witnessed a drug-related crime.
This project supported by funds from the US Dept of Justice-Office for Victims of Crime (Grant #: 2020-V3-GX-0147).