Our Mission

Our mission includes handing out 'Stop Heroin' bracelets that includes the picture of a family member lost to heroin/opiate overdose – Narcan training and distribution (each box of Narcan costs $75) – Funding K-9 Units for local police departments, each at a cost of $35,000.

  • To raise money for the education and prevention of heroin/opiate abuse.
  • To distribute Narcan to family members and friends of users.
  • To work with the MIMH and city organizations to educate the public of signs and risks of heroin/opiate use.
  • To assist local police departments by helping fund K-9 units.
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JDH 2024 K-9 Unit Calendar

LIMITED RUN - JDH 2024 K-9 Unit Calendar

Purchase your calendar here and pick up at Chic Lumber off of 70/79

2625 E. Terra Lane, O’Fallon MO 63366

2022: Illegal drugs taken by "OUR" dogs

MARIJUANA 191.5 lbs
COCAINE 17.8 lbs
METH 39.2 lbs
ECSTASY 3.7 lbs
MUSHROOMS 1.2 lbs
PROMETHAZINEe 10.9 lbs
CRACK 57 grams
XANAX 1.3 lbs
FENTANYL 34.6 lbs

2022: Police K-9 Stats

BLACK POWDER 5 LBS
FIREARMS TAKEN 10
CURRENCY $817,496

JDH is a nonprofit organization that provides K-9’s, training, vehicle kennel build out, and other miscellaneous items for the K-9 and handlers. JDH currently has 18 K-9’s working in local police departments serving our communities. Our K-9’s are fighting to eliminate drugs on our streets. Each year, we strive to make a difference in our community and with your help we have been able to continue providing the local Police departments these amazing dogs.

Thank you for joining the fight!

About Justin

We lost our 23 year old son on June 2nd 2017 to a heroin overdose. By being upfront about our tragedy we hope to help others and prevent others from experiencing the loss of a loved one.

Justin David Hendrix/Justin Delivers Hope. Hope, by definition, means a feeling of expectation and desire for a certain thing to happen. We are delivering hope: hope that the Narcan will save lives; hope that the addict will overcome addiction; hope that we can prevent other families from experiencing our loss; hope that we can keep fighting; hope that we can help get heroin/opiates off the streets; hope that we can remove the stigma of loving a heroin/opiate addict. By publicly speaking about our loss and providing Narcan to families in need, as well as putting K-9s on the road to help officers take drugs off the streets, we HOPE to make a difference.

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Latest Blog Posts
11Jan 24

Wright City K-9 Lupo

In case you missed it, JDH was able to help provide Wright City with K-9 Lupo! The Wright City Police Department introduced its new police dog, Lupo, during the Dec. 28…

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25Jul 23

4th Annual JDH Car Show

This year the JDH Car Show will be held on Saturday September 23, 2023. It is in conjunction with the Faith and Blue Unity Picnic at Morning Star Church, 1600…

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15May 23

More Than A Home Golf Classic

We are honored to be a part of Houston Homes 'More Than A Home' Celebrity Golf Classic. Join us on July 11 at Old Hickory Golf Club to play golf…

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Our board members:

    • Adam Hendrix, Justin’s Dad
    • Melinda Hendrix, Justin’s Mama
    • Joe Grygiel
    • DeAnna Helfer
    • David Hendrix, Justin’s Papa

Looking to become a K-9 Unit for JDH?

We are thrilled that you are interested in applying to become a K-9 Unit for JDH. All we ask is that you download the request form and send it back to us. We will review your information and get back to you with a decision.

The amazing sponsors for JDH

We are so grateful for our sponsors. Without them, growing this movement wouldn’t be as fruitful.

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Justin Delivers Hope is a 501(c)(3) Public Charity. EIN: 83-2277560