Voices of Hope Documentary Series
Tuesday evenings at 8:00 p.m.
Starting Tuesday, May 3
|A ten-episode documentary series on Maine Public Television airing May 3 - July 10|
View a trailer of the Voices of Hope Series:
Beginning in May, Maine Public will share stories of recovery from across the state with the program, Voices of Hope: The Rugged Road to Recovery. Voices of Hope is a documentary series aimed at reducing the stigma associated with substance use disorder, interviewing young people sharing their recovery stories. This documentary series was created for use in classrooms to facilitate conversations about the use of chemicals and their consequences. This in-depth documentary series dives into how substance use disorder is affecting lives across the state.
Maine Public’s broadcast of Voice of Hope has been made possible through the generous support of Kennebunk Savings, Crossroads and the Maine Medical Association Center for Quality Improvement.
Voices of Hope is a collaboration with the non-profit SEED program (Students Empowered to End Dependency) and the Scarborough Police Department.
If you or someone you know might be in need of assistance, the resource links below provide a variety of valuable assistance options: