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While our operations have evolved and expanded,

Hope Dealers BTC Inc. remains, first and foremost, 

a support group.

All of the volunteers who participate in our organization have been affected by substance use disorder in some way. Some have experienced it for themselves and are living proof of what can be achieved by living in recovery. Some are friends and family who have lost loved ones to overdose or have loved ones who are actively using and are not ready to accept help themselves.


Together, we #BeTheChange to help those we can.

No matter the connection to the mission, we have all become part of an extended family that is always there for each other in our volunteer work and our lives.

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Looking for more formal support? 
We've got that too!

Call the Hopeline

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Option 2 from the main menu or direct dial extension 200 to reach the support team. They're here to listen.

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RIP Amy Sellhorst
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This beautiful woman is Amy Sellhort. She founded  Multiple Pathways to Recovery as a support group meeting for people looking for something different. She wanted to offer support to every person throughout every step of their recovery journey, no matter what path they choose, in a completely judgment-free environment.

We tragically lost Amy in the fall of 2022 due to complications from an infection and a chronic heart condition. We honor her legacy by carrying out the Multiple Pathways mission.

The only correct path is

the one that works!

A new type of recovery support group.

We have reimagined what it means to be a support group with a new interactive podcast format. We stand firm in the belief that each person’s journey to freedom from a substance,  activity, or circumstance that makes their lives unmanageable is unique and needs to be supported to be effective. Evidence-based research says that making multiple pathways available leads people to successful and sustained recovery. It always comes down to what works best for the individual, and we recover together. 

Please Join Us ONLINE!

The 2nd & 4th Sunday

of each month from 4-5 pm.

Check out our event calendar for the full schedule beginning in July.


Our new Multiple Pathways broadcast will be an interactive and comprehensive community forum where attendees can discuss and learn about alternative pathways that have helped real people in their recovery journey. We will not only focus on recovery from substances but also on relief from other difficult situations and circumstances that can feel inescapable. We will explore ways to heal from the trauma that can contribute to substance use and other mental health issues. We will discuss how to repair broken bonds and connections with loved ones, and how important it is to recover together as a community.

Together with guests and experts, we will examine resources that are available in our local Rochester area. We will discuss current events and issues that we are dealing with in our community. Together, we will find ways to cope so that we can continue to deal hope to the people who haven't found it yet because one way to keep the peace we find is to give some of it away to others. 

If you have any questions or concerns, or if you are interested in being a guest, please contact us at or call us on the Hopeline, (585)633-8690 x222. 

Multiple Pathways will be back in July

We are hard at work renovating the Multiple Pathways vision to create the best platform for this crucial information.

Check back for more details.

Until then, you can find us on Facebook!


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Resource Referral


Do you need a referral for health, wellness, or recovery resources?

We are your Bridge to Change. 


Whatever you are dealing with in your life, you are not alone. There are undoubtedly public resources that could help you, but finding them can be difficult, and sometimes navigating them can be daunting. Without someone to help you, it may seem impossible to get the assistance you need.  So, that's what we do. We are here to help connect people to the resources they need. Please fill out this form and let us know what you need, and one of our Resource Support volunteers will get back to you as soon as possible.

If you’re unsure what resources you need, the Hopeline answering service is always open. (585)633-8690, option #3 from the main menu, or direct dial x300. Our volunteers can assist you by letting you know what resources are available and helping you navigate them if necessary.

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“I want to be around people that do things. I don’t want to be around people anymore that judge or talk about what people do. I want to be around people that dream and support and do things.” ― Amy Poehler

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