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ECHO Recovery Sober Housing Scholarship Update

Important Update: ECHO Sober Housing Scholarship Applications Temporarily Closed

Dear ECHO Recovery Community,

We are reaching out with an important update regarding our Sober Housing Scholarship program. Due to an overwhelming demand and a current lack of sufficient funding, we regret to inform you that our sober housing scholarship applications are temporarily closed.

The journey towards recovery is unique, challenging, and often expensive. The cost of sober housing can be a significant barrier for many individuals in early recovery. Our scholarship program was designed to help eliminate this financial obstacle by providing funds to cover the cost of sober housing. It saddens us to have to pause this vital initiative, but we remain committed to doing everything we can to support those in need.

While our scholarship program is on hold, we encourage all those in need of assistance to explore our other resources. We offer a range of free treatment resources on our website, which can be accessed here. If you’re based in Maryland, you can find additional free resources here.

We are actively seeking government grants and private donations to replenish our scholarship fund and help more people in their recovery journey. Every dollar donated goes directly towards sponsoring those in recovery, helping them secure housing, and meet basic necessities during the initial stages of treatment. If you are able, please consider making a donation today. Your contribution could significantly change someone’s life.

We understand that this news may be disappointing for many, and we share in your disappointment. However, we want to assure you that we are doing everything in our power to reopen the applications as soon as possible. We appreciate your understanding and patience during this time.

Thank you for your continued support of ECHO Recovery and our mission. Together, we can make a difference and continue to support those on the path to recovery.

The ECHO Recovery Board