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Our Mission

To provide information and education regarding the harmful effects of alcohol, tobacco and other drugs on youth, as well as, provide referrals to treatment for those families adversely affected.

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Phone: (912) 764-6405
Address: 419 Fair Rd. | PO Box 694 | Statesboro, GA | 30459

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Bulloch Alcohol and Drug Council (BADC) wants you to stay safe and healthy during the pandemic – please find local resources below as well as information from the CDC regarding managing stress.

CDC Resources for Mental Health & Coping During COVID-19

Hope on Main Al-Anon Family Group – The Al-Anon program is based on the 12 steps (adapted from AA). This meeting is a place for the family and friends of the alcoholic/addict to begin to find serenity whether the alcoholic/addict is using or not. This solution comes from working the 12 steps and practicing spiritual principles.
Dual Recovery – This meeting is based on the Hazelden book, The Twelve Steps and Dual Disorders. The purpose of this book is to offer those of us affected by dual disorders a way to recover. Our disorders are called “dual” because we are affected in two ways: (1) we are chemically dependent, and (2) we experience an emotional or psychiatric illness.
All Recovery – These meetings are a time and place for people to come together and learn from and share hope with one another. All are welcome who are allies of, or who want connections with, people who self-identify as being in recovery or who are pursuing progressive health and well-being. This meeting supports all recovery pathways so this is a “non-denomination” meeting where the discussion and format is meant to be very open and where you can experience being understood and not judged. This is not a 12 step program.

The Fork and JayWalkers AA – These two meetings are for recovery from alcohol and drugs. The solution comes from working the 12 steps and practicing spiritual principles.

GA Crisis Access Line

Georgia COVID-19 Support

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