To continue Taylor's mission of erasing stigmas by educating and creating awareness of substance use disorder, mental illness, and the dangers of drugs.
We are a non-profit organization created to memorialize the life and mission of Taylor Miller, who lost her battle with addiction and mental illness on April 11, 2021
Taylor was pursuing a nursing degree with hopes of one day working with people struggling with addiction and/or mental illness. Our goal is to continue her mission of helping others.
We are creating and participating in community outreach programs throughout Erie County, PA and have had the opportunity to speak with, educate, and help thousands of people.
Your support and contributions will enable us to continue Taylor's mission to educate, create awareness, erase stigmas, and improve the lives of those struggling with substance use disorder and/or mental illness. Thank you!
Check out this video brought to you by Taylor's HOPE, Lake Erie Youth R.O.A.D. Crew, and all of the families who lost loved ones to the battle against opioids, fentanyl, and lethal drugs.
Interview on May 4, 2023 with Taylor's HOPE founder, Maria Miller, previewing the upcoming APALD and Taylor's HOPE rally.
Event organizer, Maria Miller, interviewed by local ABC and Fox affiliates, WJET and WFXP.
Event organizer, Maria Miller, interviewed by local NBC and CBS affiliates, WICU and WSEE.
Video footage of guest speaker, Mr. Christopher Dreisbach of Blueprints for Addiction Recovery, at the APALD/Taylor's HOPE Rally. Video compliments of Chris and his team. Thanks, Chris!
Taylor's journey to educate, facilitate, and eradicate stigmas surrounding drug use and mental illness started in 2014 when she, in the midst of her own battles, developed the HOPE (Heroin Overdose Prevention in Erie) page on Facebook after losing several friends to lethal drugs. We continue to run the HOPE page in her memory.