SCC, others advocate addiction awareness


This week, Sampson Community College, along with the Clinton Police Department, Eastpointe MCO, Sampson County Substance Abuse Coalition and Commwell Health, hosted an event for Celebrate Recovery Month. Here, Clinton Police Chief Donald Edwards and Courtney Boyette with Eastpointe MCO answer questions for students in the Warren Student Center. The purpose of the event was to distribute substance use and mental health wellness materials, reduce stigma and raise awareness of addiction. This marks the beginning of the fall semester at SCC and the annual educational opportunity is geared toward connecting faculty and students with agencies that can offer support and guidance to alcohol/drug treatment programs. Addiction impacts many families on a daily basis, but treatment does work and long-term recovery is possible, event organizers said. For more information, contact Eastpointe Call Center at 1-800-913-6109.


This week, Sampson Community College, along with the Clinton Police Department, Eastpointe MCO, Sampson County Substance Abuse Coalition and Commwell Health, hosted an event for Celebrate Recovery Month. Here, Clinton Police Chief Donald Edwards and Courtney Boyette with Eastpointe MCO answer questions for students in the Warren Student Center. The purpose of the event was to distribute substance use and mental health wellness materials, reduce stigma and raise awareness of addiction. This marks the beginning of the fall semester at SCC and the annual educational opportunity is geared toward connecting faculty and students with agencies that can offer support and guidance to alcohol/drug treatment programs. Addiction impacts many families on a daily basis, but treatment does work and long-term recovery is possible, event organizers said. For more information, contact Eastpointe Call Center at 1-800-913-6109.

This week, Sampson Community College, along with the Clinton Police Department, Eastpointe MCO, Sampson County Substance Abuse Coalition and Commwell Health, hosted an event for Celebrate Recovery Month. Here, Clinton Police Chief Donald Edwards and Courtney Boyette with Eastpointe MCO answer questions for students in the Warren Student Center. The purpose of the event was to distribute substance use and mental health wellness materials, reduce stigma and raise awareness of addiction. This marks the beginning of the fall semester at SCC and the annual educational opportunity is geared toward connecting faculty and students with agencies that can offer support and guidance to alcohol/drug treatment programs. Addiction impacts many families on a daily basis, but treatment does work and long-term recovery is possible, event organizers said. For more information, contact Eastpointe Call Center at 1-800-913-6109.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/web1_SCC-eastpointe.jpgThis week, Sampson Community College, along with the Clinton Police Department, Eastpointe MCO, Sampson County Substance Abuse Coalition and Commwell Health, hosted an event for Celebrate Recovery Month. Here, Clinton Police Chief Donald Edwards and Courtney Boyette with Eastpointe MCO answer questions for students in the Warren Student Center. The purpose of the event was to distribute substance use and mental health wellness materials, reduce stigma and raise awareness of addiction. This marks the beginning of the fall semester at SCC and the annual educational opportunity is geared toward connecting faculty and students with agencies that can offer support and guidance to alcohol/drug treatment programs. Addiction impacts many families on a daily basis, but treatment does work and long-term recovery is possible, event organizers said. For more information, contact Eastpointe Call Center at 1-800-913-6109.
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