Megan's House is fortunate to have hundreds of volunteers, known as Megan's Angels, as part of our team. Their hard work and dedication at our various events and in representing us in the community has helped Megan's House become what Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker calls "a model to be followed throughout the Commonwealth."
To date, the efforts of Megan's Angels have helped 21-residents graduate from the program. 11-residents have completed their Hi-Set or GED, 4 have returned to college, five have completed coursework for certificate programs and 2 have been reunited with their children. Most importantly, their efforts have helped provide hope where previously none existed.
As we seek new opportunities to provide services to these young women, we are looking for more people to join our team. If you're interested in making a difference in the fight against addiction, please complete the form below and become one of Megan's Angels today.