The Healthy Foundations Board of Directors has made a decision to remove itself from this month's Catoosa County Planning Commission agenda, due to an issue regarding an access easement. However, Healthy Foundations remains 100% committed to bringing its collective impact project to Catoosa County. Once the Board of Directors has determined how to move forward, a new application will be submitted to the Zoning and Planning Commission.
The town hall meeting, scheduled for Tuesday evening (17th) at the Blackstock voting precinct, has been cancelled. For inquiries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our community is suffering from a growing opioid crisis, rising rates of drug addiction, and the resulting impact of higher crime, healthcare costs and number of children in foster care, as well as the countless lives torn apart at home and at work.
Catoosa County and Northwest Georgia have a critical lack of services to cope with this crisis. We are ill-equipped to deal with substance abuse and other behavioral health issues – and have virtually no housing available for people to recover and transition to a self-sustaining life.
To meet this crisis head-on, Healthy Foundations was established to collectively impact the community of Catoosa County. This means bringing together multiple organizations that share a common agenda to create a thriving, safe, family-friendly community where all have pride in where they live and work and access to the services they need.
Meet some of the folks in our community who have suffered through the impact of addiction and openly express why this initiative is so important.
Please join us at one of our Town Hall Meetings to learn more!
Tuesday, Sep. 10 - Ringgold UMC
Thursday, Sep. 12 - Keith Voting Precinct
Thursday, Sep. 17 - Blackstock Voting Precinct - CANCELLED
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