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Whether you are actively using or are clean and just need another support system this program is for you. We at the Moshe Project understand the instant euphoria that makes drug use so addictive. The carefree, floating on a cloud, warm and fuzzy sensation, is hard for anybody to walk away from once experiencing a mind altering substance such as an opiate. That is why we are here.  Whether you are looking to just spend some time with someone that won’t judge, or just need a hot meal, or want a path to sobriety but don’t know where to find one, we are here for you.

We at the Moshe Project understand the vicious cycles that any user inevitably goes through. Your existence however is a lot greater than your current dependency on these artificial endorphins and recognizing this simple fact can help you aspire to something other than your next dose. But whether you are ready or not to walk away from the drug lifestyle we are here to help you, support you, and connect you with the many resources at our disposal. 



The Moshe Project is always looking to expand in the many arenas that can be supportive of our User population. Whether you are looking to share some of your time by simply providing a safe space, a hot meal, or by engaging in a recreational activity, your time will be valued and be put to good use.


The life of a drug user is shaky, unpredictable, and void of a crucial ingredient of a meaningful life; stability. We need our Confidants to be consistent in whatever way they choose to contribute. This consistency will provide that stable presence that is lacking in our User’s lives and can help foster that missing sense of hope and optimism for a better future. You may be that one connection, resource, meeting, or phone call that makes all the difference in saving a life.



Drug addiction is a lonely thing. Your friends slowly drift away from you, your family inevitably gets overwhelmed by you, and eventually you have no one. No one to talk to, no one to be with and suddenly you’re all alone in a time when you need someone the most.

Moshe passed away due to a drug addiction on May 23, 2018. In the days leading up to his death, Moshe felt isolated because of his troubles and did not have the necessary support system of people to turn to. This reality is shared by many people struggling with addiction and it is the motivation behind this initiative.

The Moshe Project was started with the idea that people just need someone, anyone to listen to them or even just to hang out with them once in a while. The idea is that you have a person to hang out with, go see a movie with, or go on a cholent date with just to help you cope and keep moving forward; A once a week phone call or meeting with a stand up individual who is just there as a confidant.

The goal is not to heal addiction, because we all know that it is a lifelong struggle but to make sure those who are struggling are not alone, and most of all that they don’t feel alone. We want them to KNOW that they have someone on their side to listen to them, to hear them, and to go to bat for them.

Help us help them.

In memory of a son, brother and friend; Moshe.

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“Success is not final; Failure is not fatal:
It is the courage to continue that counts.”

Winston Churchill