The R.O.C.C.

The R.O.C.C is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.

 Your donation is the beginning of recovery for persons committed to a drug-free future. Thank you for your kind and generous support. 

Your donation is tax-deductible.
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Thank you for your support!

On behalf of everyone at the R.O.C.C, THANK YOU! 


Become a Hopedealer

Because of our beloved volunteers, Hopedealers Worldwide is exponentially increasing the number of people and their families empowered with the tools to experience the high of dopamine through the support of and by helping others.  This can help replace the need for anything else in their bodies to get high. We rely on community volunteers to help a small team make a huge impact on the future of these struggling yet brave individuals.

There are several opportunities for those committed to the war on drugs and addiction:

  • Join us or sponsor a person in long term recovery to build an eco-friendly Bottle School in Guatemala.
  • Sponsor a person in long term recovery for tuition to get their education to become a Certified Alcohol and Drug Counselor.
  • Introduce Hopedealers Worldwide programs to your school, church and community groups to invite participation.
  • Invite Hopedealers Worldwide Ambassadors to speak to your church, volunteer or civic group about our programs.
  • Join the Hopedealers Worldwide Community and help us spread awareness by sharing our posts, tweets, and blogs with your friends and neighbors, inviting your friends to participate in our events, and to support our programs and fundraising efforts.
  • Contact your company’s Human Resources department to request Hopedealers Worldwide be included in employee fundraising campaigns.
  • Host a fundraising event with your friends, in your neighborhood or at your office.
  • Donate your tax-deductible donation to make an impactful difference in the lives of others.


  1. Cobb EMC Community Foundation (Cobb Electric Membership Corporation, Marietta, GA) 
  2. The Phillip Silverman Memorial Foundation (Marietta, GA)
  3. Tarid Powell (State Street Bank, Atlanta, GA)
  4. John and Nancy Wells (The Wells Agency, Allstate, Atlanta, GA)
  5. Peter Psareas (eXp Realty, Atlanta, GA
  6. Jamie Parker (eXp Realty, Atlanta, GA)
  7. Ralston Medouze ((Strive Academics Tutoring, Atlanta, GA)
  8. Cynthia Samuels (Inspired Business Solutions, Atlanta, GA)
  9. Amani Hamilton (Atlanta, GA)
  10. Casey Scroy (Atlanta, GA) 
  11. Sagar Das (Atlanta, GA)
  12. Abby Hicks (Atlanta, GA)
  13. Karen Vinings (Vinings Financial Solutions, Marietta, GA) 
  14. Dr. John Blase (Detroit, MI)
  15. Nick & Dianne Blase (Atlanta, GA) 
  16. Tina Greer (Greer Business Solutions, Atlanta, GA)
  17. Austin Wright (Atlanta, GA)
  18. Bill Neglia (Neglia Insurance Services, Atlanta, GA)  
  19. Noelle Banks (The Banks Team & Associates, Atlanta, GA)
  20. Brad Banks (The Banks Team & Associates, Atlanta, GA)
  21. Sindy Marvin (LegalShield, Atlanta, GA)
  22. Mark Zwolak (Chicago’s Steak&Seafood Restaurant, Roswell, GA)
  23. Bonnie Silverman (Silver Line Specialties, Marietta, GA) 
  24. Naomi Ratner (Marietta, GA)
  25. Carolyn Polakowski (Cay Communications, Marietta, GA)