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.

Scavenger Hunt


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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

The Wayne County Recovery Coalition is a community-wide coalition aimed at reducing substance misuse and connecting those seeking recovery and in long-term recovery to local resources in Wayne County, GA.

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📣 📣 CALLING ALL WAYNE COUNTY 7TH GRADE PARENTSWayne County Family Connection & Community Partners will be hosting their FIRST ANNUAL TEEN TOPICS event on April 5th for all AWMS & MPMS 7th grade students. 🥳During Teen Topics, community agencies will be providing education and awareness about the choices our teenagers are faced to make each day. By attending the PARENT PREVIEW NIGHT care givers and parents will be able to gain insight on how to help teenagers navigate daily decision making and find success personally, academically, and relationally. **Attendees of Preview Night on MUST BE 18 years or older**📆 Mark your calendars📣 Share this info🤝 Thank you for helping us impact students to make positive choices in life! ... See MoreSee Less
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There will be a Narcan Training on April 9, 2024. Come and learn how to save a life! #GARecovers #GetANCHORED #gapol ... See MoreSee Less
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The Wayne County Recovery Coalition would like to thank The Council on Alcohol and Drugs for supplying us with medicine safes to support our Drug Free Community Support Program grant. There are two goals of the DFCSP: 1) To establish and strengthen collaboration among communities, public and private non-profit agencies, and Federal, state, local and tribal governments to support the efforts of community coalitions working to prevent and reduce substance use among youth; and 2) To reduce substance use among youth and, over time, reduce substance use among adults by addressing the factors in a community that increase risk for substance use and promoting factors that minimize risk for substance use. This donation of medicine safes helps the WCRC to increase strategies to reduce youth access, misuse or overdose of prescription and “fake” medications including opioids and fentanyl by continuing public education about safe and secure storage & disposal of prescription medications. If you are interested in a medicine safe, please contact the Project Coordinator, Renee Bolin, at reneebolin@waynecountyrecovery.com. ... See MoreSee Less
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