BENEFITING: ROMIHU ENTERPRISES LTD
Dear Friend: I am writing to ask for your help in changing our community, Maryland’s future, and the lives of men struggling to change themselves. This year, our nonprofit—ROMIHU Recovery Center—has the ambitious goal of providing in-state housing and training as well as ongoing spiritual, sobriety, and recovery support for Baltimore-area men. Did you know that? • Homelessness is fundamentally a problem of poverty, the lack of affordable housing, and restricted access to health care services? • At least 3,000 people in Baltimore will experience homelessness on any given night? • More than 50,000 Marylander's are homeless annually? There is an urgent need in Baltimore City and the state of Maryland for collaborative efforts to improve the plight of the region’s homeless and addiction afflicted populations. By providing housing along with care and services programs, the ROMIHU Recovery Center offers recovering addicts stability and a safe haven for their recovery and return to society as useful and healthy citizens. Our mission is to work with men who are actively working to recover from addiction and seeking support services to propel them toward stability, employment, and recovery. We will provide them with service-enriched housing options and assistance in obtaining permanent housing as they move from homelessness to residential treatment, to transitional and halfway houses and, finally, into permanent housing and self-sufficiency. Our program will have a significant impact on the community by reducing homelessness and the number of addicts on the streets, securing the medical and social services they so badly need, and promoting strong incentives for these men to secure and maintain permanent and livable housing. “I am a recovering addict who successfully completed a one-year spiritual recovery program in Baltimore in 2013. While that program was successful for me in terms of allowing me space to rid myself of my addiction and rekindle my spiritual relationship with Christ, I discovered the constant recycling of clients in to and out of programs. When a person in the recovery stage of addiction and mental dysfunction is discharged from emergency services and other treatment facilities, he or she faces many daunting challenges and often requires additional services simply to be able to function. Based on direct experience and observation, I determined there was a need for aftercare transitional services.” Robert Bullock, Executive Director Won't you consider helping us give the men recovering from addiction, and Maryland, a brighter future? Our goal is to raise $25,000 to obtain and immediately operate a facility to provide a supportive environment that fosters recovery for these men. Please give a cash or an asset contribution today, and partner with ROMIHU Recovery Center to achieve this goal. After all, your investment will affect generations. Thank you for taking the time to read this letter and for being part the lives of men working to change their lives throughout Maryland. Sincerely, Rob Robert Bullock, Executive Director ROMIHU Enterprises, Ltd.