Helping Our Heroes - Combat Comeback

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Helping Our Heroes - Combat Comeback

Holt Street Miracle offers temporary housing for individuals with personalized case management including direct referrals for mental health, (Traumatic Brain Injuries & PTSD),  onsite drug and alcohol counseling, 12-step faith based recovery groups, peer support and job readiness.  HSMC currentl... Read More

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Holt Street Miracle offers temporary housing for individuals with personalized case management including direct referrals for mental health, (Traumatic Brain Injuries & PTSD),  onsite drug and alcohol counseling, 12-step faith based recovery groups, peer support and job readiness.  HSMC currently has six housing complexes with a 35 bed capacity, 24 hour supervision, onsite administrative office, a fully staffed kitchen providing daily meals, laundry facilities, clothing donation site,  and voter registration.  

The number of homeless veterans who are suffering with mental health issues and/or substance abuse disorder are at a staggering high due to the Corona Virus Pandemic.  Thus,  HSMC is looking to quickly  expand services and housing availability.  Our goal is to open additional housing complexes to increase the number bed open for more homeless clients.  With the grant money/donations  we are requesting, it will make a meaningful difference in the lives of so many homeless veterans struggling with addiction and mental health issues.  Any donation received will be used towards renovating, furnishing (beds, furniture, appliance, security system etc.) additional houses, food,  and utilities required for operation.

HSMC currently has recognized accreditation with the Dayton Veterans Administration and Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services (ADAMHS) Board of Montgomery County.

 

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Helping Our Heroes - Combat Comeback

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Helping Our Heroes - Combat Comeback

Kimberly Winner, on behalf of

Holt Street Miracle Center

The Holt Street Miracle Center is a Non-profit Residential Drug and Alcohol recovery center. Our mission is to provide transitional and long-term housing to our homeless veterans and to work with various agencies that will provide social services, medical and mental health services.

Kimberly Winner

Kim Winner serves as Community Outreach Liaison and Grant Writer for Holt Street Miracle Center. Having obtained her BA in Social Work from Bluffton University and overcoming her own struggles with alcohol addiction, today Kim is passionate about raising awareness and community support for Holt Street Miracle Center.

Dayton, Ohio

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    Anonymous

    6 months ago

    I believe All life wants one thing...Love.

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    Anonymous

    7 months ago

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    Henry Nolan

    7 months ago

    This is a great cause! I am also hoping to get a 24 hour access coupon to Grant Watch in order to boost my non-profit startup!

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    Anonymous

    7 months ago

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    Anonymous

    8 months ago

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    Anonymous

    8 months ago

    Happy to help

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    SHAWN GILBERT

    8 months ago

    This place is amazing. Gives me hope to strive for a better. ????

  • $100.00

    James Prenger

    8 months ago

    Thanks

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    Ann Warnes

    8 months ago

    I love the fact that you are helping veterans that fought so we could have our freedom.

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    Dan & Christy Carroll

    8 months ago

    Happy to donate to a great cause!

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    Mary Ernst

    8 months ago

    Both father and father in law were vets