Mission Statement

They Wayne County Recovery Coalition seeks to reduce the impact of Opioid/Substance Use Disorder (OUI/SUD) through comprehensive prevention, treatment, recovery and support services by collaboration with community partners.

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  • 🔎CLUE TO WHERE YOU WILL FIND SIGN #1: If you’re getting close to land and you need your ship to stop you’ll take down all your sails and this item you will drop.
    I am now _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
  • 🔎CLUE TO FIND SIGN #2: The opposite of a small dog is a :_ _ _ _
    The opposite of city:_ _ _ _ _ _
  • 🔎CLUE TO WHERE YOU WILL FIND SIGN #3: Here you will find some things that are new and some things are _ _ _ _ to support a discipleship and recovery center.
  • 🔎 CLUE TO WHERE YOU WILL FIND SIGN #4: I’m a type of building but I’m not a shed. I have many rooms but I’m not a house. I have several departments but I’m not a grocery store. I have many beds but I’m not a hotel.
  • 🔎 CLUE TO WHERE YOU WILL FIND SIGN #5: There’s a certain building where you go to find NA or AA meetings. Find the sign and complete the activity on the back. Write your answer down.
  • 🔎 CLUE TO WHERE YOU WILL FIND SIGN #6: There is a place we go for a walk�The children play and we can talk�Find this place if you want a lark�The sign you seek is in the…
  • 🔎CLUE TO WHERE YOU WILL FIND SIGN #7: _ _ _ _ _ are red violets are blue, recovery is possible for me and you!!
  • 🔎 CLUE TO WHERE YOU WILL FIND SIGN #8:  The building you seek is where the first drop box for disposing unused medication in Jesup, GA is housed . There’s a new _ _ _ _ _ _ _   in town that was elected in 2020. You will find him here
  • 🔎CLUE TO WHERE YOU FIND SIGN #9: This building where you will find sign #9 has the most stories..
  • 🔎 CLUE TO WHERE YOU FIND SIGN #10: You will find sign #10 where you go to get local fresh fruits, vegetables and lots of homemade goodies.

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Wayne County Recovery Coalition

Wayne County Recovery Coalition

The Wayne County Recovery Coalition is a community-wide coalition aimed at reducing substance misuse

Registration for Addiction Recovery Awareness Day 2024 is open! ARAD 2024 is 18 January 2024, at the Georgia Freight Depot and your State Capitol. Doors open at 9:00 AM at the Freight Depot with the RECOVERY RALLY from 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM. The Georgia Freight Depot: 65 Martin L. King Jr. Drive SW, Atlanta, GA 30303.PRESS CONFERENCE at your State Capitol from 12:30 PM to 1:00 PM at the Georgia State Capitol (South Steps). We will follow the press conference with "Meet Your Legislator," offering a unique chance to engage with those who shape policies that affect recovery in our communities.Register here: gasubstanceabuse.us4.list-manage.com/track/click?u=ea352f8f1be716fe9f9e8ba81&id=577891e8fc&e=0f51...#GARecovers ... See MoreSee Less
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The Great American SmokeOut is held every year in November on the third Thursday of the month, and is used to encourage smokers to make a plan to quit, or to plan in advance and quit smoking that day. The event provides an opportunity for individuals, community groups, and businesses to encourage people to quit smoking and learn about tools to help them quit and stay quit.Nicotine addiction is powerful and quitting smoking requires commitment and support. Proven methods like prescription medications and counseling are recommended, especially for those who started smoking at a young age. Consultation with a doctor or pharmacist is also advisable. ... See MoreSee Less
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Red Ribbon Week was full of fun learning activities at Wayne County High School. The alcohol simulation goggles were paired with a game of Jenga and the Walk and Turn test. The simulation goggles work by shifting the wearer’s view, resulting in the wearer’s balance and equilibrium being affected. ... See MoreSee Less
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