The site will serve as the hub for providing treatment programs and services for individuals in the Piedmont, Northwest, and Western regions of the state. TROSA is a no-cost resource for anyone in the community seeking treatment for substance use disorder.
“TROSA is a recognized leader in helping individuals struggling with addiction rebuild their lives,” remarked Scott Southern, SECU Foundation Vice President, Director of Grants. “Their determination and strong commitment to serving more men and women through an additional campus is a testament to the shared philosophy of helping those in great need. We are pleased to support TROSA in their mission to help North Carolinians overcome addiction, become successful in their personal lives, and within their communities.”
“As the public health crisis of substance use disorder continues to devastate the nation and state, we are delighted to be in the building stages of our first-ever satellite campus to be located in Winston-Salem. We are grateful to the SECU Foundation for the award of a capacity building grant to help TROSA be at the forefront in the minds of everyone working for recovery – healthcare, justice involved, families, and individuals in the Triad and throughout western North Carolina,” said Keith Artin, TROSA President and CEO. “We have been so warmly welcomed to the region and value the relationships and partnerships we’ve made.”
About SECU and the SECU Foundation
A not-for-profit financial cooperative owned by its members, SECU has been providing employees of the state of North Carolina and their families with consumer financial services for over 84 years. SECU is the second largest credit union in the U.S. with over $51 billion in assets and serves over 2.6 million members through 274 branch offices, over 1,100 ATMs, 24/7 Member Services via phone, www.ncsecu.org
and a Mobile App. The SECU Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization funded by the contributions of SECU members, promotes local community development in North Carolina primarily through high impact projects in the areas of housing, education, healthcare, and human services. Since 2004, SECU Foundation
has made a collective financial commitment of over $216 million for initiatives to benefit North Carolinians statewide.
Jama Campbell, Executive Director
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