The TROSA is an innovating, multi-year housing programme that allows drug addicts to be prolific and rest for the individual through extensive medical attention, job-related learning, educational and continuous outreach. We at TROSA believe in full recuperation and the development of individual abilities to foster long-term prosperity. These possibilities are offered to our inhabitants free of charge.
Recently, a large legacy of Margaret (Peggy) Pickard Sirvis (1924-2017) financed our educational possibilities for TROSA people. TROSA was like a map from prison for Sarah Fenton, a smack addict and repeatedly accused of cheque scams. However, in the last three and a half years, the drug care programme has become something much bigger for them: a lifesaver.
Fenton will be among the 25 persons who will celebrate their degree at the Triangle Residential Options for Substance Abusers, better known as TROSA, in Durham on Sunday. Families, acquaintances and other inhabitants are required to wrap up the building. In TROSA, about 40 per cent of the population were there in 2017 due to dependence on prescribed opiate or heroine, as against 15 per cent in 2010.
On Sunday, 12 August and Sunday, 26 August we are closing for TROSA programme meetings. Below for all lessons and appointments that we have made due to programme meetings. The TROSA is a long-term recreation centre for drug use. By shopping at TROSA Thrift you support the more than 500 inhabitants who live and learn through TROSA.
If you would like to make a contribution, please call 919-220-6119. In order to make an on-line nonprofit contribution, please click on the "Donate Now" link below:
TROSA: Triangular housing for drug addicts - Homepage
As you may know, TROSA inhabitants are training professionally at TROSA Moving, TROSA Lawn Care and TROSA Thrift Store....but we are betting you didn't know about these fruiting creatures, thanks to the gifted inhabitants of our caterers! The TROSA volunteer work is devoted to support our fellowship - last months TROSA inhabitants voluntarily signed up at the project closing ceremony in Durham, NC, to make these particular orchard statues for the ceremony.