Recovery Community Organization

Hope Dealers

Debby Sweem

Program Coordinator

Donna Crawford

Peer to Peer Support

Jennifer Gregory

Peer to Peer Support

Dixie County Recovery Meetings & Resources

NO Insurance needed!

24/7 hour North Florida hotline providing referrals to care for anyone living with Substance Use or Mental Health disorders.
Insurance not necessary.

1-877-229-9098

Transformers

A community of people living a life free from its hurts and hang-ups. A six (6) month discipleship program. Childcare available

Clay Myers (352) 440-0373
TBA - Closed due to COVID-19
Eagle Rock Church, 66 SE 964th St, Old Town, FL 3268

Alcoholics Anonymous

A fellowship of men and women sharing experience, strength and hope to solve their common problem and help others recover from alcoholism.

Bill Oehlecker (352) 210-3623
Wednesday 7pm
Cross City Ameris Bank building. Park in the back of bank and enter through door near drive-thru.

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The MRT program is designed around troubled youth and young adults (25 and younger), within Baker, Bradford, Columbia, Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton, Lafayette, Levy, Suwannee, and Union counties, who are in need of 24/7 crisis intervention services. The program’s goals are to lessen the trauma of crisis situations, particularly, diverting individuals away from ER’s and/or jail, and stabilizing them in the most conducive setting possible.

1-800-330-5615
Option 1
Call us day or night.

Meridian Behavioral Healthcare

A fullservice behavioral healthcare provider serving residents with mental health and substance use disorders. Offering inpatient care, outpatient options, medication assisted recovery, support groups and programs for pregnant mothers.

(352) 374-5600

Overcomers

Christian faith-based recovery support group helping residents and their family members break the chains of addiction without cost or judgment.

Debby Sweem (352) 210-2601
Monday at 6pm
Harvest Ministry on Chavous Road in Old Town. (formerly New Life Church)

Real help for expected mothers

Mothers Intensive Supportive Treatment (MIST) is a 16-bed, multi-faceted treatment program for pregnant and parenting women who struggle with addiction. The program is housed at the Sid Martin Bridge House in Gainesville. In the MIST program, infants stay with the mother, allowing for crucial bonding that takes place in the early months of development while allowing the mother to receive treatment and remain drug-free during nursing.

(352) 374-5600

Hope Dealers

Are you tired of dealing with your dope dealer? Hope Dealers are people who have been through it, are currently in long-term recovery and can connect you to available people and resources. These local Certified Recovery Peer Support Specialists are available in our community to walk beside you.

Debby Sweem (352) 210-2601

Christian 12 Step

“Come to me all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest!” Christian faith-based recovery support group focused on rest and restoration.
Like us on Facebook at Be Free (Nikie’s page)
Childcare available

Harry & Nikie Waits (352) 231-0849
TBA - Closed due to COVID-19
7th Day Adventist Church in Cross City
 

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Coalition programs are made possible by contributions from our drug free community!

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(352) 210-2601

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