December 20th, 2019
For Immediate Release
FIRE AT THE HOPE HOUSE - LIVE-IN ADDICTIONS RECOVERY HOME FOR WOMEN
Point Edward, Nova Scotia --
December 20th, 2019 | 3:30 p.m.
Earlier this afternoon a fire broke out at Hope House (formerly known as CB Hope Project), a live-in addictions recovery home for women in Point Edward, Nova Scotia. All residents, staff, and farm animals have been confirmed safe. Accommodations are being made for all residents. The home has suffered significant damage and the cause of the fire remains undetermined at this time.
Community members interested in helping can email the Hope House at email@example.com.
About Hope House:
Hope House is a therapeutic live-in recovery home for women suffering from substance use disorder. It is a charitable organization established by concerned community members from Cape Breton.
Our vision is to empower a new generation of women in Cape Breton to experience freedom from their addictions, to restore a sense of dignity and self-worth, and to see their healing impact our community.
Frances Burton, Board Member | firstname.lastname@example.org | 902.574.6273