“This is to acknowledge those individuals who have been successful in completing their contractual obligations,” said TMF Field Coordinator Jeanne Breard, RN, adding, “It’s a tangible way to help them remember their connection with the TMF PHP, and to encourage them on their recovery journey.”
Similar to chips and coins used by Alcoholics Anonymous, the main purpose is to keep PHP graduates motivated to continue their recovery program throughout their lives. The TMF coin includes the Foundation’s logo and motto on one side, and the message “Acceptance, Courage, Wisdom = Serenity” on the opposite side.
For more information, contact TMF Field Coordinator Jeanne Breard at 615-467-6411 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you or someone you know is struggling, contact the TMF at 615-467-6411 or online at e-tmf.org/contact.