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The COVID-19 pandemic has only increased instability and uncertainty for millions of Americans struggling with addiction. While substance use and mental health disorders have increased, access to treatment and networks of support have decreased.
Now, more than ever, TROSA’s cost-free, comprehensive services are needed to help our family, friends, neighbors, and communities.
Join us in our special campaign to enhance and expand the TROSA Women’s Program! Honor strong women in your life with a donation today.
We are so proud to share that TROSA’s new housing for female residents won the 2021 North Carolina Housing Finance Agency Award for Supportive Housing Development! Click here to watch the video created by North Carolina Housing Finance Agency to learn more about this important campus enhancement.
Every donation is meaningful…and there are many ways to make your gift.
men and women served in 2020 – 2021
residents maintained their recovery one year after graduation
residents remained crime – free one year after graduation
You can view our latest audited financials here.
TROSA was founded in 1994 and we have won many national, regional, state, and local community awards for our evidence-based program, our staff, and our social enterprises, including the North Carolina Evidence Based Practice Center’s Annual Advancing Evidence Based Practices Award.
In 2021 we were awarded the INDY Week’s “Best Nonprofit in Durham County” award. Awards such as these are especially meaningful to us. TROSA’s residents and staff take pride in our daily accomplishments and we are always honored to receive recognition for our efforts. Thank you to all for your incredible support!
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