Mothers in Crisis

6866 Blountstown Highway, Tallahassee, FL 32310

(850) 222-7705

Who We Are

Mothers In Crisis’ mission is to link families and communities together for families to live drug free lives. Mothers In Crisis was founded in April 1991 by Rosalind Y. Tompkins. Mothers In Crisis continues to outreach to families by providing prevention, intervention, inspiration and support.

What We Do

Mothers In Crisis, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization comprised of women and men in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. Mothers in Crisis, Inc. links families and communities together to create networks of support and encouragement for families to live drug free lives.


During April, buds come into full bloom brightening our days, and National Month of Hope also lends a hand in lifting our spirits.

Bringing hope to someone can take many forms. Being a positive role model in the life of a child or providing a community a foundation for future endeavors both provide hope for the future. Lift the spirits of a friend suffering from a medical issue or volunteer at a local homeless shelter. We are each able to bring a ray of hope in our own ways by contributing wisdom, time, kindness and when possible donate to charities that make the impossible possible.


Everyone needs a little hope now and then.  Spread a little sunshine their way and bring some hope into their lives.

  • Volunteer by reading to children in schools
  • Experience meaningful and healthy communication with loved ones, family, friends, co-workers, and colleagues
  • Giving of time, food, and money to help families in need
  • Minister to those incarcerated by writing letters and visiting
  • Post on social media words of hope
  • Sharing your story of overcoming with those who are going through hard times
  • Lending a helping hand to those in need
  • Cleaning up areas where there is trash such as parks and beaches
  • Spend a day with the homeless whether on the streets in shelters, etc. “Unless you walk a mile in their shoes you won’t know how to help!”

Use #NationalHopeMonth to share your hope on social media.