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Whether you’re seeking resources for yourself, a loved one, or as an advocate, Georgia Recovers has a curated list of tools to choose from. In our download library you’ll find a host of one-pagers on topics such as harm reduction, medication for opioid use disorder (MOUD), and more. You can also sign up for our monthly webinar series to hear experts speak on various topics in the substance use disorder (SUD) space.

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Learning Webinar Series

Rethinking Prevention: Empowering Students and Parents to Build Strong Communities

Evidence-based prevention programs create a sense of belonging, connection, and community among students, especially as they navigate the formative ye…

Recovery at Work: Strategies to Support the Post-Treatment-to-Employment Continuum

For individuals with substance use disorder (SUD), employment is an important factor for achieving sustained recovery and financial independence. Help…

Minding Your Bedside Manner: Addiction Stigma in the Hospital Setting 

Stigma toward people with substance use disorder (SUD) can be seen at all levels of care within health care settings. Recognizing the role of clinicia…

For Yourself

Clinical Treatment Models for Substance Use Disorder (SUD)

There are several evidence-based approaches to treat substance use disorder (SUD). Different types of treatment are recommended based on frequency of …

Harm Reduction Strategies

Harm reduction incorporates a spectrum of strategies that includes safer use, managed use, abstinence, meeting people who use drugs “where they're at,…

Amnesty Law

GA's 911 MEDICAL AMNESTY AND EXPANDED NALOXONE ACCESS LAW. The Georgia 911 Medical Amnesty and Expanded Naloxone Access Law protects you when you call…

For a Loved One

Naloxone Access in Georgia

If you are a person who uses drugs or if you are around people who use drugs, please consider learning how to respond to an opioid overdose and carryi…

Narcan Training

Learn how to respond to an opioid overdose in 4 minutes. - How to identify the signs of an opioid overdose - Who to call during an overdose - How to a…

Recognizing The Signs of Overdose

Sometimes it can be difficult to tell if a person is just very high, or experiencing an overdose. The following will present some information on how t…

For Advocates & Allies

4 Types of Stigma

Stigma plays a significant role in limiting an individual's access to treatment. Learn about the four types of stigma.

Fentanyl Fact Sheet

Fentanyl is available in many forms. Pharmaceutical fentanyl is used for managing acute or chronic pain, illicit fentanyl can be manufactured for use …

Help Hotlines

      National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 988

      Georgia Crisis and Access Line  1-800-715-4225

      The Crisis Text Line: Text START to 741-741 24/7

      Never Use Alone Hotline: 1-800-484-3731

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Georgia Recovers is an evidence-based public health campaign striving to address the prejudice and discrimination faced by people impacted by substance us disorder (SUD) throughout Georgia. This initiative is brought to you by the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD) in partnership with Shatterproof.


Georgia Recovers is a campaign brought to you by the Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental Disabilities (DBHDD) in partnership with Shatterproof, a nonprofit, tax-exempt charitable organization (Tax ID #45-4619712) under Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code.

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