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 Pastor's Forum
Substance Abuse and Your Congregation
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Question 6 on the Pastor's Forum Evaluation Form asked the following:

What other questions do you have regarding your role as pastor concerning substance abuse
and members of your congregation?

1.   What Treatment resources are available?

   Pennyroyal Center, RESPOND at 1-877-RESPOND 
     or 1-877-473-7766 toll free hotline

   Princeton Pennyroyal Center Clinic 1-270-365-2008, 
    Tuesdays in Marion Department for Community Based Services 
    1-270-965-2254

   Trilogy Center For Women 
     100 Trilogy Ave., Hopkinsville, KY 42240-5329
     1-270-885-2902
     http://treatment-facilities.findthebest.com/l/16371/Trilogy-Center-for-Women

   Teen Challenge
     231 State Route 2839, Dixon, KY 42409-9564
     1-270-639-7366
     http://www.teenchallengeky.com/

   Cumberland Hall, Behavioral Health Services
     210 W. 17th St., Hopkinsville, KY 42240,
     1-270-886 1919 or toll-free  1-877-281-4177

   Volta Program Substance Abuse Treatment Center 
      Hopkinsville, KY 1-270-889-6025

   Intervention Services Inc/Paducah
      6th and Broadway, Paducah, KY, 42001 
      Free 24/7 Addiction Help Line: 1-877-335-4673

   RiverVallev Behavioral Health
      1100 Walnut Street. P.O. Box 1637
      Owensboro, KY 42302
     1-800-737-0696             Email us: info@rvbh.com
     http://www.rvbh.com/locations.html


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Pastor's Forum
Substance Abuse and Your Congregation
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What other questions do you have regarding your role as pastor concerning substance abuse
and members of your congregation?
 

2.What would be involved in hosting one of the support group chapters?

    Al-non can be reached at: http://www.al-anon.alateen.org/
                                              or http://www.kyal-anon.org/
                                              Telephone 1-800-356-9996

        Unity Al-Anon
        United Methodist Church
        213 S. Morgan, Morganfield, KY 42437

        1-270-389-1351
        Meetings are OPEN to the public.
 

   Co-Dependents Anonymous  (CoDA): 
     http://www.codependents.org/ or
     The CoDA World Fellowship
    http://www.norcalcoda.org/coda_world_fellowship.htm

     Co-Dependents Anonymous Fellowship Services Office, 
     PO Box 33577, Phoenix, AZ 85067-3577 

    "Saturday Acoa" - Old Stone lii
     770 E. Walnut Street, Evansville, IN
    Open to all, Discussion, Steps, 10:00 A.M.

   Nar-Anon: http://www.nar-anon.org/naranon/
     Lourdes Hospital, 1530 Lone Oak Road / Hwy 24, Paducah, Ky.
    Ground Floor - Classroom 1A Tuesdays, 6:30PM

   Alcoholics Anonymous: http://www.aa.org/?Media=PlayFlash or http://www.area26.net/
     Fredonia, KY 
     1-800-606-6047

     Alcoholics Anonymous Meets: 
     Marion Library 204 Carlisle St., Marion, Ky.
     Sunday 8:00 PM  & Wednesday 7:00 PM 
     Marion KY Meeting is Members ONLY.
     1-800-606-6047

    Celebrate Recovery: http://www.celebraterecovery.com/

   A web search by typing in the organization will provide additional information.

  The Sober Parent's Guide to Healing the Whole Family of Addiction
   http://www.lakeviewhealth.com/addiction-families.php

 


 
 
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 Pastor's Forum
Substance Abuse and Your Congregation
A Message From Virginia Oldham, M.A. C.P.S.
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       Currently there is a mentioning program that many of you may not be aware of. 
An opportunity to minister to students (at risk), in the school system. Sounds like a great partner to this effort. Crittenden County Middle School utilizes "The Masonic Model" established in 1986, Masonic Model Student Assistance Program (MMSAP) is the flagship program of the National Masonic Foundation for Children. Freemasonry offers this distinct student assistance program to serve communities throughout the country in the belief that prevention is the most effective tool for combating the scourge of addiction. Prevention stops use and abuse of drugs and alcohol before they take root. 

Crittenden County Coalition for a Drug-Free Community through Local and Champions Funds provided materials and assistance in training school personnel to implement the Masonic Model.

         A Local support system for preachers and church workers, to call on for help.

    Pastors who attended the meeting might benefit from forming a support group. Contact
Virginia Oldham for names and contact information. 

    Pennyroyal Center's 1800 473 7766 can offer help

Crittenden County Coalition for a Drug-Free Community Website: 
http://marionky.biz/DRUGFREE/index.html

Meetings: 2nd Monday alternating months, 6:30 PM, Crittenden Health Systems Classroom
Click for Next Meeting 
If I can be of assistance please contact me and Thanks for your participation.
Virginia Oldham, M.A. C.P.S.
Pennyroyal Center
P.O. Box 645,1350 US 62 W
Princeton, KY 42445

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 Pastor's Forum
Substance Abuse and Your Congregation
A Message From Bill McMican
Department for Community Based Services 
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Bill McMican, DCBS, has offered this resources for Pastor's Forum attendees.

    WARM - Women's Addiction Recovery Manner
     106 McKinley Street; Henderson, KY 42420
     1-270-826-0036
     http://www.warmrecovery.com/

    4 Rivers Behavioral Health
     425 Broadway, Paducah, KY 42201 
     1-270-442-7121 or 1-866-442-712
     Fax (270) 443-9692
     http://www.4rbh.org/

    William H. Fuller Memorial Services Center
      1525 Cuba Road; Mayfield, KY 42066 
       1-270-247-2588, Fax 270-247-0142

    Ladies Living Free. Inc
     2000 Bloom Avenue, Paducah, KY 42003-2632
     1-270-448-0961
     A ministry of Paducah Lifeline Ministries, Inc. 
     http://www.paducahlifelineministries.com

    Paducah Lifeline Ministry
     2810 Morgan Avenue, Paducah, KY 42001 
     1-270-443-4743
     http://www.paducahlifelineministries.com/

    Boulware
     731 Hall Street, Owensboro, KY 42303 
     1-270-683-826 
     http://www.boulwaremission.org/
 

    West Kentucky Drug and Alcohol
      102 Hwy 62 West, suite B, Princeton, KY 42445

    Phoenix House Center (halfway house for females) 
     1500 Parkside Drive, Bowling Green, KY 42101
     1-270-796-1764

  The Bridge
    1745 Logsdon Road, Bowling Green, KY 42101
   1-270-777-1094
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24/hr 7day/week local helpline
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Department for Community Based Services in Marion, Ky.
Crittenden County Coalition for a Drug-Free Community
PO Box 22, Marion, KY 42064

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PO Box 22, Marion, KY 42064
 

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Notes and Scheduled Meeting Dates
 Crittenden County Coalition for a Drug-Free Community Meets at the ed-tech center
Click Here to See Map to Location.
 



January 12th at 6:30pm      - February no meeting    -    March 9th at 6:30pm       -   April no meeting

May 11th at 6:30pm     - June no meeting    -    July 13th at 6:30pm      -    August no meeting

September 14th at 6:30pm        - October no meeting    -    November 9th at 6:30pm        -  December no meeting


 

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Write a Check Monthly and Help Someone Near You
A student - A friend - A Family Member - A Neighbor
A student - A friend - A Family Member - A Neighbor
A student - A friend - A Family Member - A Neighbor
A student - A friend - A Family Member - A Neighbor
A student - A friend - A Family Member - A Neighbor
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