Hope Soldiers is a grassroots organization "bringing awareness, restoring hope, and loving people back to life" through our HOPE movement – which stands for Handing Out Purpose Everywhere. We offer lifelong solutions to help individuals overcome addiction, depression, and homelessness.

We help people recover from pain and turn it into power. We shift stigmas, and transition individuals out of programming and into their purpose. Through peer counseling, we provide long-term individualized support, including treatment and housing resources, legal resources, and other miscellaneous assistance. For those only wanting phone numbers, check out our resource page here.

Our local events draw in large crowds, and typically have audiences of over a thousand people. Our movement really started gaining momentum and support from all over the world after our outreach efforts were documented in the MTV film "Prescription for Change: Ending America's Opioid Crisis" (featuring Macklemore and former President Obama), and mentioned by h3h3 productions. Our work was also formally recognized, through an invitation to participate on a panel at the White House, with former Director Michael Boticelli, and Macklemore, as well as through an invitation to witness the signing of the 21st Century Cures Act, by former President Obama. Our efforts have also been captured many times by local and national media. To view all coverage, visit our media page.

The Hope Soldiers team is made up of leaders who have overcome addiction and homelessness, survived abuse, healed from depression, and recovered from self-harm. 

Our HOPE movement is active on social media, at our community events, and through our outreach. You can participate in our movement by wearing our famous HOPE hoodies and other merchandise (see our merch page), following us on social media, and helping us carry out our mission to bring awareness, restore hope, and love people back to life.



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In loving memory of Nick and Alaina.

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