Reflecting on 2022 and Opportunities for 2023
It’s hard to believe the holiday season has come and gone, with the New Year starting. I want to take this time to thank all of our community partners and wish everyone a happy and prosperous 2023. At TPOR we have made great strides in 2022. This is also the time that we, as a nonprofit organization, take stock of the year gone by and get ready to start implementing fresh initiatives for the New Year.
At The Purpose of Recovery, 2022 has been an incredible year for us as we have grown in the community and our organization. Below are just a few achievements TPOR attained in 2022.
Our staff members and executive team have worked together to support and guide the peers and community partners receiving our coaching support, improving their recovery journey and coaching experience. Listening to the needs of those we serve has led to the growth of our offerings and new services, such as Youth Services, Youth Peer-to-Peer Coaching, All Recovery Groups, MAT Groups, AA/NA Groups, Al Anon Groups, Family/CRAFT Groups.
Additionally, I would like to thank those who have made this past year possible. First to our TPOR Family, who has worked so hard, I've been proud to be part of this organization alongside you. Secondly, to all our peers who have joined us on this journey. And last, but certainly not least, our valued contributors; we appreciate all of the connections, resources, and hard work that you dedicate to our community. We look forward to working with all of you moving forward.
Finally, if it were not for the sponsorship, we receive from the foundation we would not be able to do this work in our community. For that we are grateful.
Susan Emerson, Executive Director
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