Do you provide services for people battling with addiction? Presently, we offer programs geared toward the family members of addicted persons. Our experience has been that fewer programs focus on this unique population. However, we are continually in partnership with organizations that provide services for people with various types of addictions. If you are seeking services for either yourself or a family member, please contact us. We will be more than happy to connect you with the assistance you need.
I have a loved one that is addicted to alcohol. Can my family still use your services? Absolutely. Having a loved one battling addiction whether drugs, alcohol and the like, hurts us all the same. We are here to help you through that process.
Who can become a mentor, and how? Our philosophy at the Hamilton Legacy Foundation is to live and lead by example. We welcome men and women of impeccable character from all walks of life, who possess a sincere desire to help those less fortunate. If you are interested in learning more about how you can become a mentor please contact us.
Do you have an internship program? Yes. We do have an internship program. Please contact us for more information.
Must I be enrolled in one of your programs in order to apply for any of your scholarships? Although the eligibility criteria of our scholarships may vary, currently our scholarships are available only to participants in our programs. Please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org should you require more information.
What is the President's Volunteer Service Award? It is because of our volunteers that we are able to facilitate our programs. The Hamilton Legacy Foundation recognizes this by partnering with the Office of the President of the United States to honor our most dedicated volunteers. The President's Volunteer Service Award is given to those who set the standard for service—bringing us closer together as families, communities, and as a nation.