Since debuting its first video on October 2, Project Voice has reached more than 39,000 people in the Greater Bangor region and beyond. The success of this project is due in large part to the courage of people willing to share their stories of recovery in a public forum.
Project Voice is a project of Families And Children Together (F.A.C.T.) and is made possible by a grant from Maine Community Foundation. Project Voice aims to affect change in community perception of addiction and recovery by giving people affected by substance use disorder the opportunity to use their voice to tell their story and promote empathy in our community.
F.A.C.T. is a family-focused, not for profit agency in Bangor, Maine that provides services and programs to strengthen Maine families as they manage trauma, challenge, and change.
In addition to the link above that goes to the Project Voice YouTube Channel, you can also learn more by going to the project’s Facebook page: www.facebook.com/VoiceMaine.