The Adams County Coalition for Overdose Awareness & Recovery (COAR) is inviting the local community to come together for a special Friendsgiving Open House. This community meeting is not just a gathering but a chance to foster unity and awareness about pressing health issues in the area.
Scheduled for Tuesday, November 14, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., the event will take place at the easily accessible 233 West High Street in the heart of Gettysburg. COAR aims to utilize this time to inform the public about its latest initiatives in overdose prevention, recovery support, and family assistance programs.
Those planning to attend are kindly asked to RSVP to the coalition’s contact email or call by November 10, assisting the organizers in planning adequate provisions for all guests. In a thoughtful move to accommodate attending parents, COAR has also arranged for childcare services, ensuring that everyone has the opportunity to participate fully.
The event promises to be an evening of connection, learning, and community spirit, with the added warmth of sharing a meal in the spirit of Thanksgiving. It’s a platform for residents to voice their thoughts, offer support, and take collective steps towards a healthier, more aware community.