HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) – Organizers of the Recovery Resource Fair want to give you a hand if you or a loved one is addicted to drugs or alcohol.
The nonprofit Huntsville Partnership for a Drug-Free Community brings together more than 20 different organizations to bring resources to people in need.
The Partnership for a Drug-Free Community’s executive director, Wendy Reeves, says resources are available if the participant is still using drugs or has been sober for several years.
There will be representatives from sober living homes and recovery groups.
If you’re taking the first steps to getting sober, you’ll also find information on how to get free treatment. Reeves says there are several state-funded rehabilitation options throughout Alabama.
She says that in the past, several people went to the fair and got help immediately.
“It’s just a really relaxed environment where people can go out and meet people one on one and get a lot of resources,” Reeves said. “If you have questions and just want to talk with someone one-on-one, you’ll find the resources you need here.”
It’s happening in downtown Huntsville at the Partnership for a Drug-Free Community at 4:30 p.m.
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