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Horizons Anonymous Peer Program

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ORGANIZATION: The Foundation

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To help those less fortunate cope with the various mental and emotional issues which may have arisen as a result of the pressures associated with covid-19 and other issues, we present to our local residents of Springfield Massachusetts, our Socially safe Horizons Anonymous Peer support program.
Program members will pay a donation of $20 a month for which they will be able to attend all relevant peer run therapy programs, a variety of social activities including but not limited to going on hikes, skiing, fishing, boating, swimming, visiting museums, a variety of day trips, picnics, dinner parties, and a whole host of other group and individual oriented activities. Each group is run by the individuals within it. This means if there's something that you've always wanted to do, and you're a member, we can do it. Even if it's only an individual who wants to do a specific activity or go to a specific event, we will still engage in the activity.
Right now the program is only open to residents of Springfield Massachusetts and the surrounding cities and towns. But we are expanding. We will be meeting at our rented Humbert Street address in Springfield Massachusetts several times a week as time allows.
It is our sincere hope that participants will find the program a breath of fresh air in these troubling times.
All of the activities will include transportation to and from meetings, transportation to and from activities, and all meals and snacks will be included as well.
The program is open to everyone over the age of 18. We are working on a program for young people, but it has not yet been set up.
If you or someone you know would be interested please contact us by accepting this opportunity. We can answer all of your questions and get you signed up immediately.

Due to the physical location of the residence on Humbert Street, we will have to insist upon picking you up bringing you to the meetings and then bringing you back home as there is no parking. It's a residential neighborhood with regular houses.

Thank you.

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About The Foundation


PO BOX 6316, Springfield, MA 01101, US

Mission Statement

The mission of The Foundation, in part, is to help those in need especially those who have been marginalized within society, by creating new and innovative out of the box problem solving methodologies. We pride ourselves in assisting individuals and groups to overcome the odds and obstacles which face them, to create realistic solutions to complex personal and social issues. The Foundation gets its name from Luke 6:48 of the Holy Bible though we are classified as a 501c3 charity. We believe that if you build a strong base of individuals and community, on a solid foundation, anything can be accomplished.


The Foundation is an IRS registered, tax exempt, nonprofit, charity, dedicated to helping people obtain a higher quality of life through education, counseling, and innovative agressive self help programs.


Advocacy & Human Rights
Crisis Support
Advocacy & Human Rights, Community, Crisis Support


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This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Critical Thinking
  • People Skills


  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group


  • Must be at least 18
  • You will need a cell phone so we can communicate with you and arrange pickup and drop offs.

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