Bill shares his tragedy to educate and support prevention efforts in our community. #RecoveryWarriorsAreTransparent
Board Member, Scott Stevens explains our mission.
To provide prevention, education, and community awareness to adults and youth about drug, alcohol, and tobacco abuse using the voice of concerned citizens, law enforcement, treatment professionals, school personnel, and the testimonials of those in recovery.
To improve the health and wellbeing of Walworth County residents by decreasing addictive behaviors surrounding alcohol, tobacco, and prescription and illegal drug use.
1. Create and implement curriculum to be used with elementary school students starting in 3rd grade to educate on addictive behaviors and teach prevention and coping skills.
2. Increase employee use of employee assistance programs, decreasing absenteeism and increasing productivity.
3. Increase community wide awareness of the scope of the problem and resources available to help, changing the perception of addiction from a moral failing to a chronic disease.
Your generous gift will help us fund our mission to help those in need. Together, we will be the change.
Quarterly Narcan Training is on MARCH 11th at 6pm.
Training is virtual via ZOOM. Pickup of Narcan at
7 W Walworth in Elkhorn by appointment only.
Registration is required and limited to the first 30 registrations.