If you would like to donate to Healing Transitions, please visit the Register page and select Donation Only.
Healing Transitions' mission is to offer innovative peer-based recovery oriented services to homeless and underserved individuals with alcoholism and other drug addictions. The program is specifically designed to rekindle a person’s desire and ability to return to a meaningful and productive life. Healing Transitions has been providing peer driven long term residential services since January of 2001. During that time we have been very successful in empowering people who are homeless and suffer from substance use issues transition to a fulfilling life. Along with our community partners, we have been able to reduce Wake County homeless population by 25% even as the overall population in Wake County has grown 45%. That constitutes an approximate 50% drop in the number of un-sheltered homeless individuals on our streets.
During the regularly scheduled Runologie race series, participants of Healing Transitions’ either run in the races or volunteer at the water stops, help direct runners along the course, or greet runners with a medal at the finish line. Runologie provides entry for participants of the Oak City Recovery Run Club who train on a weekly basis with the aim of accomplishing a personal running goal. Runologie and the Oak City Recover Run club have brought together many people who live in or near Raleigh through running...join us!