Andy’s Angels is a non-profit foundation formed in an effort to educate the community on opiate abuse and provide support for families and those suffering addiction. Our foundation raises funds to assist with the costs for treatment programs. Andy’s Angels honors Andy Hirst who passed away May 17, 2010 from a heroin overdose.
Opiate/heroin addiction is a serious and deadly disease that is overwhelmingly prevalent today. It is our mission as a foundation to tell Andy’s story, stop heroin use before it starts and help others overcome their addiction.
If you, a family member or someone you know is suffering from opiate addiction please feel free to contact us. If you cannot afford treatment please download our assistance application and tell us your story.
Distinguished Citizen of the Year 2012: Mike Hirst
Mike Hirst, the president and founder of Andy’s Angels was recently named the 2012 Distinguished Citizen of Year for his work helping addicts and educating the community on heroin. He puts in long hours speaking to others in the community, visiting jails and taking countless phone calls to help others deal with the pain and heartache that drugs can bring to a family. His longtime friend John Deming nominated him for his efforts within the community. To see the full article on this amazing husband, father, friend and hero to many please use the link below.