HAMSA

HAMSA

Helping Atlantans Manage Substance Abuse

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HAMSAHelps@jfcsatl.org or 833-HAMSA-HELPS

HAMSA is excited to announce a new resource to the community - Virtual Group for Parents of Children Struggling with Addiction and Recovery.

This group is intended to help parents of a child who has or had an issue with addiction. Members will find support in others, learn about the disease of addiction, and develop coping skills such as setting healthy boundaries to move them towards their own healing process.

To learn more, please contact us at 833-HAMSA-HELPS or HAMSAHelps@jfcsatl.org.

Recovery Happens. HAMSA Helps.

HAMSA (Helping Atlantans Manage Substance Abuse) provides support, resources, and strategies for those seeking help and in recovery. We are working hard to dispel myths about addiction and eliminate the shame so often felt by those struggling with addiction and their families. Through a Jewish lens, HAMSA offers information and referral services, Narcan education and supply, sober holiday celebrations and gatherings, Jewish Sensitivity Training for treatment providers and expert clinical support.

Here, you will find additional stories of hope and opportunity as well as the impact we make in the community thanks to the generosity of our donors and sponsors.

Addiction is real in the Jewish Community.

If you or someone you love is struggling with substance abuse, HAMSA (Helping Atlantans Manage Substance Abuse) can help. Call 1-833-HAMSA-HELPS (1-833-426-7243).

HAMSA proudly presented Addiction & Families: A Conversation with David Sheff. View the recorded program HERE.


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Information & Referral

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Jewish Sensitivity Training for Treatment Providers

Sober Holiday Celebrations & Community Events

Prevention and Education Programs

Narcan Education and Supply

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By the numbers

21,000,000

Americans are currently impacted by drug and alcohol addiction.

116

People died every day from opiod-related drug overdoses in 2016.

88,000

People die from alcohol-related causes annually

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