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“Stand Together Against Substance Abuse”

It only takes one person to stand up and make a difference. Join The Herren Project as we seek to positively make a difference in the lives of individuals and families affected by addiction. All proceeds generated through the Project Purple initiative go directly back into the educational and mentoring programs of  The Herren Project developed to educate people of all ages on the dangers of substance abuse.

Education • Affordable Treatment • Better Tomorrows

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Donations By Mail

To submit your donation by mail, please send your check or money order made payable to:

The Herren Project
PO Box 131
Portsmouth, RI 02871

Donations and gifts directly support the mission, programs, initatives and services of The Herren Project. Through your support, The Herren Project will make a positive impact in the lives of individuals and families suffering from addiction and bring hope for a better tomorrow.

 

The Herren Project is a 501(c)3  organization. Donations are tax deductible to the fullest extent permitted by law. Please check with your personal tax advisor regarding the deductibility of your gift. Thank you for your generous support!


Statistics

1 person dies every 19 minutes from drug overdose in the United States.
The Partnership at Drugfree.org
 

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