Hope Fund Sponsor
ARCHway believes in recovery from the disease of addiction.
Bill and Sheri Crittendon started the Montrose – Bring Hope to the Western Slope – HOPE Fund in 2017. They realized a need for education and awareness on substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders in their community.
Message from the Crittendon’s:
How did you get involved with ARCHway?
“Bill and I are so proud to be considered ‘family’ to one of the founding families, the Stuckey Family. We have watched with pride as their children have grown to become healthy and community-minded adults. We share in the same values of love, acceptance, faith, and friendships with the Stuckeys.”
Why did you choose to start an ARCHway HOPE Fund?
“We are only the messengers in Montrose for ARCHway and wish to be available to direct those in a place of ‘darkness’ to realize their potential and self-worth and to allow them to know their lives matter. We wish to give hope to those at a time when they feel most hopeless.”
Why do you believe it is important to support ARCHway’s mission of providing support and education to individuals, families, and communities about addiction and mental health?
“There is a word… ‘IMPOSSIBLE’. We like seeing this word spelled another way much better… ‘I’M POSSIBLE’! We hope to help others find their possibilities and realize their potential and self-worth and that there is help available…. just ask.”
ARCHway is grateful to have the Crittendon’s and all those in the Montrose, Colorado community as part of the ARCHway family!
L to R: Dan Stuckey, John Stuckey, Jan Stuckey, Sheri Crittendon, Bill Crittendon, Maurice Clarett