The TPM Foundation is a 501(C)3 non-profit organization supporting people affected by substance use disorder (SUD). TPM provides immediate help and valuable resources. We are located in the city of Keyser, (Mineral County), West Virginia and provide service to the following surrounding West Virginia Counties:
Mineral, Hampshire, Grant, Pendleton, and Hardy.
Our mission: To help support people dealing with SUD (substance use disorders) or who are currently in recovery while providing them the resources to empower them to build a new life.
Our purpose: Transforming those individuals who deal or who have dealt with SUDs by connecting them with continued success and a new life to forever conquer SUDs.
Our hope: Is to host neighborhood events that highlight recovery and support efforts. TPM seeks to establish sober living homes.
Travis Phillip Moreland
Travis grew up in Short Gap, West Virginia and was a graduate of Frankfort High School. There, he was an avid sports enthusiast, where he played football, basketball, and track. His education continued at the Fairmont State University. He was skilled in welding and carpentry and had a love for tye-dying.
Travis was a member of the Wiley Ford Church of the Brethren.
Living his life one day at a time, he took time to enjoy his family, friends, and co-workers.
With an appreciation of God's creative nature, summer was the time of year he especially enjoyed. Spending time on the river, fishing from his kayak, and in the fall, hunting deer with his family at their hunting camp in the beautiful mountains of West Virginia.
Travis participated in both community sports teams and organizations and above all else
"Travis never met a stranger"
You will never be forgotten and your legacy will continue on with these words:
HOPE STARTS HERE!
The serenity prayer
"God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference"