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HOPEWORX, INC. celebrates GivingTuesday with The Ferns Peer Respite #Giving Tuesday Campaign, joining millions around the world participating in the global generosity movement on December 1, 2020.

A Peer Respite Council is proposing a Peer Respite as an alternative, welcoming space for people who feel overwhelmed, to have time, space and relationships that support their self-determination, healing and growth.

2020 Global Peer Support Day in Montgomery County, PA

Do you have what it takes to move your body 125, 250, 500, or even 1,000 miles?
Prove it in our Fall Freestyle Challenge!

Advocate Ellen Kozlowski talks about a training that focused on supportive housing during and after the crisis.

News Alert! HopeMarket is closed due to the threat of the coronavirus. We will provide updates to let you know when we reopen.

Due to the threat of the coronoavirus, we are following the guidelines of the Montgomery County Health Department advising the public to put a hold on public gatherings until the threat is over.

Spirituality Group to be held at Hopeworx Inc. All are welcome.

Hopeworx has joined the Resolve to Run Winter Challenge! with RUNegades as a wellness and peer support activity.

Art Classes helps many. Art has many benefits, from boosting your self-esteem, to providing a safe outlet to relieve emotions nonverbally, to giving  a sense of control over one’s life and helping to get to know and understand oneself better.

The HopeMarket Community has many wellness activities that are free to participants. Yoga uses breathing techniques, exercise and meditation to improve health and happiness.

Forensic Peer Advocate Vernon Steed spent many years in a correctional facility. Upon release, he wanted to give back to the community. He was hired at Hopeworx Inc. to teach a recovery class at the county jail. He recently attended a PA statewide forensic conference for the first time.

Celebrating 10 years of the HopeMarket in Montgomery County, PA.

Hopeworx staff and Cabrini students work on social justice project.

Anise Milbourne won The Glenn Koons Recovery Award from NAMI Montgomery County. It was presented to her on May 8, 2019 at The Annual Membership Meeting and Awards Dinner at Maggiano's Restaurant in King of Prussia. Congratulations, Anise!

Check out Anja's Art Therapy Video on YouTube where she shares her story of recovery through art.

Read today's blog to find out why laughing is good for you and your mental health.

Thank you for your support.