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Our Community is In Trouble

Heroin and Opioid abuse is at record levels in our Community. But we can do something about it….there is H.O.P.E. Attend this important and FREE workshop that will cover:

  • How to recognize warning signs
  • How to help those who don’t want help
  • When and how to receive a treatment referral
  • Narcan training and completion certificate

Date and Location

  • Monday, October 30th
  • 6:30pm – 8:30pm
  • Chattahoochee High School Auditorium
  • 5230 Taylor Road, Johns Creek

FREE to the Community

Registration is required by calling 678-893-5300 or online below using the form.

Bob Ellis

Vice Chairman, Fulton County

Vice Chairman Ellis has made the fight to address the heroin/opioid epidemic a top priority. He was instrumental in winning support of the Board of Commissioners to declare September Opioid Misuse & Abuse Prevention Month in Fulton County, securing funding to launch a first-ever texting help line in Fulton Schools for youth on drugs or in crisis, and requesting the County spend an additional $49,000 to purchase more doses of naloxone for law enforcement agencies in Fulton County.

Ewell Hardman

Master Addiction Counselor, Summit Counseling Center

President, Georgia Addiction Counselors Association

Ewell has 27 years of experience in substance abuse treatment. His counseling model is based on recovery monitoring for the treatment of addiction as a chronic disease. He works with individuals and families who are seeking their first experience with substance abuse problems as well as teens and youth needing prevention education.

Robin Elliott

Co-Founder & Board Member, Georgia Overdose Prevention

As part of Georgia Overdose Prevention, Robin was part of a team that was instrumental in the passage of the 911 Medical Amnesty and Expanded Naloxone Access Law in 2014. Robin’s only child, Zack Elliott, died of a heroin overdose on May 1, 2011 inspiring her to work for the passage of the law.

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