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Living Proof Recovery
Living Proof Recovery supports people in recovery in the Rome area. They offer peer support, recovery outings and hangouts, recovery support group meetings, naloxone (Narcan) kits and fentanyl test strips, and activities such as a pool table, games, books, a gym, art room, and meditation space. If you’re in the area, drop in and hang out!
Oasis, in Tifton, serves those in recovery with peer support, multiple recovery support group meetings, life skills classes, work readiness services, housing and transportation assistance, computer labs, GED classes, help with license reinstatement, legal services, and naloxone (Narcan) kits and overdose training. The center also has a games area with foosball, a pool table, ping pong, air hockey, a TV/movie room, and more.
People Living in Recovery
People Living in Recovery is a Recovery Community Organization in Athens. They provide multiple recovery support group meetings, peer support, clothing and food assistance, job readiness and placement, housing assistance, re-entry support for the justice-involved, bus vouchers, and more. Stop in and say hello!
Chatham-Savannah Authority for the Homeless
Homeless and indigent individuals in the Savannah area can get help from the Chatham-Savannah Authority for the Homeless. They provide housing services, case management, outreach, and referrals for additional help. They also have specialty programs for veterans and those leaving the justice system.
Safe Drug Storage and Disposal
If you’re looking for information about safe drug storage and disposal, the StopRXAbuse website offers an interactive map of drop-off locations around the state. Many of these are available 24/7. Properly disposing of medication can make a big difference in fighting drug abuse in Georgia.
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Georgia Continuum of Care
Another resource for the unhoused is the Georgia Continuum of Care. This program provides resources for the homeless, including addresses and referrals to homeless shelters in the city of Atlanta and seven other areas of the state. The website provides contact information so Georgia residents can find the program that best meets their needs.
Georgia Crisis Line
The Georgia Crisis Line is a statewide toll-free number for anyone feeling in crisis, whether it’s mental health, substance use, or some other issue entirely. The staff can provide warm transfers to 911 if necessary, connect callers to mental health and substance use treatment, and provide 24/7 mobile crisis response. They can also schedule appointments for social services and other needs.
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Georgia Overdose Prevention Project
The Georgia Overdose Prevention Project allows state residents to request a naloxone (Narcan) kit to be delivered to them in person, anywhere in the state. They also have an interactive map of naloxone overdose prevention boxes and links to other groups that provide naloxone, such as pharmacies (no prescription needed), local recovery community organizations, community service boards, and more.
Georgia Harm Reduction Coalition (GHRC)
The Georgia Harm Reduction Coalition provides a variety of services statewide, including HIV, HVC, and STI testing, PrEP treatment, and a syringe services program. They also have programs to provide access to food and water, counseling, and links to substance use treatment programs.
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