Hand In Hand Support is a life-transforming organization of people helping people. The work we do at our Non-Profit aims to bridge the gap and eliminate the stigma of all forms of addiction and mental health challenges from a perspective of compassion and understanding.
Our sober living facilities go beyond rehab centres by providing support and a path to life skills for clients marginalized by addiction and mental health challenges as we once were.
A collegial atmosphere that nurtures clients to live a healthy, productive life with purpose and stability. Clients are empowered to rebuild relationships with family and have new friendships for a new life.
SOBER LIVING HOME
At Hand In Hand Support, we are a sober living home dedicated to stepping up our efforts in addressing addiction issues. Sober living is by no means an easy task, but through cooperation and community empowerment we believe we can facilitate progress in this area. We are always striving to make a difference, and invite you to learn more and lend a helping hand.
Hand in Hand Support in the news
April 19, 2022
Robert Sandwith, co-founder of Hand in Hand Support, explains that the goal of the new tree service business is to help individuals in recovery, like Devon Orton, get back to work.
December 2, 2021
Non-profit organization Hand in Hand Support and local food delivery service Jubzi have partnered to clean city streets.
October 8, 2021
Local philanthropist Sam Sinjari is lending more than just a hand to Hand in Hand Support by donating Thanksgiving meals and a freezer to the non-profit organization.
July 22, 2021
A new non-profit care agency offering transitional housing in Windsor showcased a host of wraparound services at its west end home Thursday morning.
MENTAL HEALTH RECRUITMENT - DEMAND FOR TRANSITIONAL HOUSING GROWS AS OPIOID OVERDOSE DEATHS INCREASE
May 10, 2021
As the number of overdoses and deaths hit record highs last year in Windsor-Essex, calls for spots in transitional housing units have also risen. “When people are trying to get into programs, it can take up to six months to get into a treatment centre, so we’re trying to be the ‘in-between’, somewhere you can go before you go to a residential treatment centre,” Sandwith said.
April 29, 2021
WINDSOR, ONT. -- Demand for safe, transitional housing, while opioid overdoses continue to rise in Windsor, has prompted a non-profit care agency to expedite the launch of several new recovery facilities.
Here at Hand In Hand Support - Sober Living Home, we are driven by a single goal; to do our part in making the world a better place for all. We strive to build productive relationships that serve the community by making a positive impact with all of our program activities. Our decision-making process is informed by comprehensive empirical studies and practical experience with our clients.