Shelly & Travis Bornstein founded Hope United, an organization dedicated to helping families recover from the effects of the area’s opioid crisis, following the death of their son, Tyler.

They’re working feverishly to build Tyler’s Redemption Place — Which, when completed, will be Ohio’s first Relapse Prevention Wellness Center.

Check out the virtual tour:  virtual tour of the future Tyler’s Redemption Place

Shelly & Travis were guests on the Gary Rivers Show Wednesday morning

Hear the Interview

Offering Hope and Peace at Deliverance House in Canton

Ladies from The Well support group had a great evening on Wednesday, May 22nd cleaning up and restoring a Serenity Butterfly Garden at Deliverance House in Canton, a residential treatment program of CommQuest Services, alongside the women in their program.  The garden will be a beautiful area for the ladies of Deliverance House to find peace and hope.

We want to thank all who came out to help!  We especially appreciate the donations from Lowe’s Home Improvement in Massillon who donated who donated 40 bags of mulch and the Canton Road Garden Center that donated many flowering plants for the garden.  It turned out so beautiful!

Here we share one of our more recent blogs by Travis Bornstein, co-founder of Hope United, as he reflects on the story of his son Tyler, his son’s journey of addiction, and ultimately, finding his family’s purpose after the death of Tyler.  Click here to read more.