If you suspect overdose, call for help.
Partnership for Drug Free Hall
Help us strengthen our community for generations to come.
In 2015 in Georgia alone, more than 1300 people have died from opioid overdose. Armed with the right tools and information, you may be able to save a life. Help DrugFreeHall as we work to save our children and families from opioid and heroin overdoses.
The Partnership for Drug Free Hall can come to your church or civic group meeting to conduct overdose trainings or alcohol and drug awareness training. Substance abuse issues affect every family and have devastating effects on our community. Our programs are enlightening, inspiring and relevant.
Call or email Judy Brownell,
Director of Prevention: firstname.lastname@example.org
(770) 535-1050 ext 102
to learn more or to schedule a speaker
PREVIOUS “NOT MY FAMILY” FORUMS
The Truth About Vaping Forum
Here is the footage from our Truth About Vaping Forum. We had several people from each of the pillars of our community come to speak about what is happening both locally and nationally with the vaping epidemic. What you hear may surprise you, shock you, or even affirm your beliefs on vaping. A big thank you to everyone who came to listen and spread the word!
Fix My Pain: Options to Opioids for Pain Management
January 24, 2019
Early Intervention: The Truth About Consequences
Thursday, Sept. 6, 2018
Heather Hayes, M.Ed.,LPC, CIP, an alcohol, drug, and mental health specialist and host for A&E’s program Intervention was our featured speaker. A panel of experts and family members who’ve been there led the September 2018 forum and discussed:
• Signs and symptoms of abuse
• Early intervention
• Accessing care
• Supporting a person in recovery
Pain Pills and Heroin are Killing Our Families
Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2017
Hundreds of your friends and neighbors gathered at the Georgia Mountains Center to learn more about the impact of opioids in northeast Georgia during our first community forum. Local advocates Deb Bailey, Dallas Gay, and Avery Nix joined guest lecturer Susan Blank, MD, to educate and inform.
The Highjacked Brain
Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2017
Brain imaging has changed the medical community’s understanding of addiction and the alterations in the brain that take place when someone – especially an adolescent – uses alcohol, marijuana, opioids or other drugs. Watch Dr. Merrill Norton, professor of pharmacology at The University of Georgia, in the video above to view Drug Free Hall’s second forum in the “Not My Family” series.