Project H.E.A.R.T. began in 2011 with a small group of people from the recovery community and local community service agencies to provide a safe group of friends for those in recovery from life-damaging issues.
We are committed to helping men and women build trusting life-long relationships through adult peer mentorship. Project H.E.A.R.T. ‘s main objective is to provide a group of true friends who support a consistent atmosphere that is safe, moral, ethical, and legal.
Using the catalyst of group meetings, special events, community service opportunities, and peer mentorship, our programs provide a compassionate and stable relational structure by which people can find acceptance, guidance, and friendship while supporting one another and the greater community.
Project H.EA.R.T. maintains a current list of professional referrals such as substance abuse treatment, marriage counseling, anger management, finance, and employment services to refer its participants when needed.
The Project H.E.A.R.T. men’s and women’s teams and peer mentorship outreach assist in supporting the individual while they work to rebuild relationships, overcome life-damaging issues, and establish skills to improve social stability and functionality.