Resources - Online AA Meetings
Here's the complete video from our Facebook Live event today, "Resources for Substance Abuse Prevention During COVID-19". Our panelists include Erika Lathon of Addiction Campuses; Ralph Cook of Lantern Lane Farms; Jaime Harper, Faith-Based Community Coordinator; and Daryl Crouch, Pastor Green Hill Church and Everyone’s Wilson. Please like and share! ... See more
Connect with us to learn how Addiction Campuses, Lantern Lane Farm and others are meeting the challenges of COVID-19 to provide counseling, prevention and recovery support. Learn about testing availability in Wilson County. Become a friend of DrugFree WilCo and join us on Facebook Live. ... See more
In the background of the coronavirus pandemic, these other issues — the opioid epidemic and vaping crisis — persist in heaping complications on an overwhelmed public health system.
⚠️April 25, 2020 was scheduled to be the first national drug take back day of 2020. Due to current circumstances, in-person drop off’s have been cancelled until a later date. Instead, the DEA is encouraging all to take this extra time to participate in the Secure Your Meds campaign to encourage yourself and others to clean out your medicine cabinet, but secure unused, expired, or unwanted meds until the next take back day! 💡Follow this link for more: https://takebackday.dea.gov/ ... See more
The DEA launched a Secure Your Meds campaign since they aren’t doing take back days during the COVID-19 pandemic. Here is the resource page for your information. https://takebackday.dea.gov/
Are you talking to your kids about the dangers of vaping?
Companies self-regulating hasn't proven effective, according to researchers.
We can't afford to lose the war on opioid addiction. We need to rework and strengthen the recovery networks that have been decimated due to COVID-19.
During this time of physical distancing, those struggling with substance abuse have been impacted as many Narcotics Anonymous meetings have moved from being in person to online. Meet Will who was featured in our Tennessee Faces of Opioids Campaign. He and others shared their stories of triumph over substance abuse. If you or someone you know is struggling, help is available. Learn more at www.tnfacesofopioids.com ... See more
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