We All Know Someone – a friend, neighbor, or family member struggling with substance abuse. More and more people in our community are eliminating stigma and are offering help to those suffering from addiction with understanding, compassion, and dignity. You can help, too.
Click the images to see how people in our community are eliminating stigma and are offering help to those suffering from addiction with understanding, compassion, and dignity.
“We all know someone. You may not know that someone but they are out there.”
“… we also need to be a community that’s understanding and accepting of the fact that addiction is a disease and we need to be aware of all the treatment possibilities.”
Call 211 for information about local mental health and addiction treatment and support services 24 hours a day.
Text 4hope to 741 741 at any time to get connected immediately to free, confidential, 24/7 support.
An extensive guide including local and regional treatment and recovery support services.
Visit the rest of our website for additional information and support.
In Hancock County no person is expendable. Download our community position paper.
Stigmatizing language reinforces negative stereotypes. “Person- first” language focuses on the person, not the disorder.
We All Know Someone is sponsored in part by Hancock County Job and Family Services.