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Recovery and Hope Network, Inc.

A support organization for people coping with mental illnesses and/or addictions.

  • Stage Concept Only
  • Industry Healthcare Services
  • Location Lawrence, KS, USA
  • Currency USD

Company Summary

Recovery and Hope Network Inc. was started in 2004. We are a non-profit Consumer Run Organization that provides peer-to-peer support to adults who suffer from severe and persistent mental illnesses. RAHN Inc. is a place where people can go to find hope and a secure base, to learn empowerment and find social acceptance.


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    Michelle R. Haynes

    Michelle has been with RAHN since May 2013. She comes to us with an a strong background in education and a personal interest in helping those who combat mental illness and/or addictions.

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    Ruby Demoe
    Board President

    Hello my name is Ruby DoMoe. I have bipolar disorder, and before RAHN came into my life I was an isolator and was very negative and pessimistic. But since I have been here at RAHN I have come out of my shell and worked my self up to secretary and then President. I lead a couple of peer support groups

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    Meredith Leary
    Vice President

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    Josh Spence

    hi my name is josh and i suffer from adhd, anxiety disorder, ocd, terrets. am 32 years old and R.A.H.N has been apart of my life for the last year and a half before i came to R.A.H.N i cared more about self medicating and isolating myself and abusing alcohol. Since i have R.A.H.N i have led briefly one of our peer to peer support classes, am currently the secretary, treasurer and am glad to have R.A.H.N because it has done some many things for me

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    Barbara Dravis
    Board Member

    I am Barbara Dravis. I have been at RAHN for almost six years. i am a board member. I am a social butterfly thanks to RAHN!!!

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    Shai Hardy
    RAHN Consumer

    My name is Shabila Hardy, I have been a member of Rahn for about a year and a half. Being a member of Rahn has helped me in my recovery tremendously. I am a better functioning person and going there has also helped me stay sober.