Next Orange County Angel Training:
April 25, 2019
Training registration required. Please RSVP below to help us plan accordingly
The training will start at 6:30 pm and last approximately two hours. This training is mandatory for all Angels in order for you to be successful in your efforts to help a person in need. Angels will help with paperwork and provide compassionate support until a treatment option is found.
Angels can choose their own time slot by signing up to be on call for just one, six-hour block per month that they may be called. Community members are already showing support for the program by donating necessary clothing, blankets, toiletries and snacks.
This program creates a single point of entry to treatment for anyone that voluntarily asks for help. Community members will be the ambassadors of the program and can help by spreading the word through local areas. Hope Not Handcuffs started in the Town of Wallkill Police Department but has now been added to the Village of Maybrook, Town of Montgomery, City of Middletown, Town of Mount Hope, Town of Crawford, and Village of Walden Police Departments.
Coming soon: Town of Goshen Police Department