|Enotah Anti-Drug Coalition||
Substance abuse is an individual, family and community disease and therefore, we approach education, prevention and recovery in a holistic manner, addressing all areas of substance abuse and addiction. Addiction is often the root of or result of financial crisis, family dispute and divorce, spouse abuse, and child abuse and neglect. Substance abuse costs billions of dollars each year in loss of jobs, legal costs, medical costs, and lost opportunity for families. The Entoah Anti-Drug Coalition works to help individuals and families recover from addiction and bridge the gap from crisis to healthy living.
Breaking the Chains of Addiction
RECOVERY MONTH ACTIVITIES
Friday, September 5th, 11:30 AM - Join us at the new Freedom Park, downtown Cleveland for a reading of the proclamation issued by the White County Commissioners declaring September 2014 as National Recovery Month in White County. We will be reading the proclamation, hearing a brief testimony from a recovering addict, and saying a prayer for those who suffer from substance abuse and mental health issues.
Saturday, September 13th at 2:00 PM - Join us at Truett McConnell College, Room 121 in the Miller Building for a showing of the movie "Homerun". This is a free event and there will be a discussion after the movie.
Friday, September 20th at 3:30 PM - We will be hosting a human chain from 3:30 to 5:00 PM at the new Freedom Park in Cleveland. This will bring attention to the fact that the chains of addiction can be broken. We will have a couple of speakers and hotdogs and snacks to wrap up the event.
Saturday, September 27th - Join us at Agrifest in downtown Cleveland. We will have a booth of information and some fun things for the kids. At 2:00 PM we will release balloons in honor of those who have fallen to or recovered from substance abuse. Please stop by the booth and reserve a balloon for someone you love.
Rick Strickland Ministries
One of Sourthern Gospel's Finest Tenors
Enotah Anti-Drug Coalition
P.O. Box 1368
Cleveland, Georgia 30528