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2023 promises big things for HOPES💜

Happy New Year! I hope you had a wonderful holiday season and are feeling motivated for a great 2023.

As I reflect on 2022 and envision the exciting things ahead for HOPES, I can’t help but feel humbled by our community and its belief in HOPES and our mission. Together, we’ve provided medical, behavioral healthcare and support services for over 13,000 children, families and individuals. We opened our new Intensive Outpatient Program, the first of its kind for individuals with no insurance or with Medicaid, filling a gap in behavioral healthcare in our community. We’ve expanded our primary medical care, enhanced patient support through the incorporation of Peer Support Specialists throughout the organization, connected more people to housing and provided patients pathways of support through their substance use recovery.

2023 promises big things for HOPES, our patients and northern Nevadans through the expansion of care and our continued efforts to build a healthier community for all. I invite you to watch the video and hear from Hope Springs resident, Ricky, how together, we are making a difference in people’s lives. We simply couldn’t do our work without you!

Click here to watch video.

Sharon Chamberlain
Chief Executive Officer
Northern Nevada HOPES

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