Our meetings generally open with updates on key initiatives and accomplishments. Then we discuss event updates and volunteer needs. After the intro we break out into 2 groups.
The first group is a support group for those in the thrust of addiction or their families.
The second group is for the members or volunteers who are actively working on initiatives to make a difference. Some of these initiative include: event planning, 5K planning, social media sharing, Young People in Recovery event planning, etc.
Feel free to attend a meeting near you to learn more & get involved!
Dewey Beach Lions Club Foundation Golf Classic
Premier golf tournament in Sussex County to benefit atTAcK addition.
Date: Wednesday, September 26, 2018
Location: The Rookery Golf Club, South Course, Milton, Delware
For more information, contact Melissa Clink at (302) 542-1124 or email@example.com
atTAcK 5K Run
The atTAcK addiction Annual E-Racing the Stigma 5K is so much more than just a race; it’s a movement. Comprised primarily of participants who have been personally impacted by the disease of addiction by either overcoming an addiction, having lost a loved one to addiction, and/or currently living with an addicted loved one, it has been described as a spiritual experience. The crisp March air is no match for the warm feelings of love, camaraderie, and acceptance the participants experience as the course winds them through picturesque Old New Castle and through beautiful Battery Park along the Delaware River.
Proceeds from the event benefit individuals and families impacted by addiction via atTAck addiction’s programs and projects.
Annual atTAck addiction Gala
Annual atTAcK addiction Gala is an annual where we honor significant contributors, recognize the accomplishments in our community and raise awareness for the disease of substance abuse. We also recognize our scholarship award winners during this event.
What the Project hopes to achieve
Recognition for those significantly contributing to the awareness and support of those suffering from the disease of substance abuse.
How the Project has been successful
Project has been successful with over 120 participants each year with outstanding testimonials and recognition. The Event also funds our yearly scholarship awards.
How I can participate?
Visit our website or Facebook page over the next week to donate or purchase your tickets.