Bringing Hope to Appalachia
There's no doubt the opioid crisis has devastated families in West Virginia. In 2015, Hope For Appalachia was created to address a critical need for a residential program for men who have walked through the difficulties of addiction. Overcoming addiction is an intense physical and spiritual battle that requires sustained, long-term efforts. That is why Hope For Appalachia utilizes a Christ-centered approach focused on the spiritual, physical and emotional challenges. Ultimately, the Gospel must be central in this battle.
"Hope For Appalachia's primary passion is to see men, women and children freed from the devastating and destructive patterns of addiction and living God-honoring lives."
— Jason McClanahan, Hope For Appalachia President