Our program is unique. The Facing Opioids Together Project is a collaborative initiative that was developed to restore our community, by facing opiate addiction together.


VISION.  To create a healthy and connected community through the restoration of individuals in Adams County who suffer with opioid use disorder.


MISSION. Utilizing a community collaborative approach, the Facing Opiates Together Project seeks to improve the lives of those with opioid use disorder and their community through evidenced based methods that recognize the strengths and barriers of Appalachian cultures.


   WITH COUNSELING AND TREATMENT, RECOVERY IS POSSIBLE!











CALL TODAY TO LEARN MORE ABOUT:


VIVITROL - a non-addictive, once-monthly treatment combined with counseling to help prevent relapse of opioid addiction.


TRANSITIONS - through evidence-based Life Skills Training Classes


PARENTING PROGRAM - Evidence-based Parent Training Classes/Raising Drug Free Youth


CALL TODAY TO SCHEDULE TRAINING FOR YOUR ORGANIZATION:


The Effects of Trauma on Children and Your Community.  Become a trauma informed school, church or organization.


Addiction and the Brain.  Learn what you can do to help!


Botvin Life Skills Training.  Become an instructor and learn how to incorporate Life Skills lessons into your work with youth.  


For more information, call (937) 544-5547, Extension 113




                                       ​TOGETHER WE CARE!


                   RURAL HEALTH OPIOID PROGRAM

               FACING OPIATES TOGETHER PROJECT

​​​Adams County

Health Department