Kauffman’s Korner provides a drug and alcohol free enviroment that encourages positive social interaction.
Participation is limited to members and individuals involved in recovery services. All individuals must be Lawrence County residents and be at least 18 years of age. The Center is open Tues-Sat 5pm-11pm
To learn more about Kauffman’s Korner or apply for membership contact us at 724-698-7491. You can also learn more about the many activities and going ons by visiting the Facebook page. There’s more to Recovery than just meetings, and you can find a lot of it here.
As part of our local efforts to reduce the stigma associated with addiction, the LCDAC and Kauffman’s Korner are proud to support a local showing of The Anonymous People. Let’s change the conversation about addiction. Join us in standing up for recovery. Reserve your tickets now.
The Lawrence County Drug & Alcohol Commission, Inc., in partnership with the Caroline Knox Foundation, is sponsoring week long youth summer camps for all Lawrence County students entering 3rd & 4th grade. The camp is free of charge and facilitated by LCDAC staff.
Camp ROCK is occurring in several different school districts this summer. The first camp will be at Union Memorial Elementary from June 30 – July 3, 2014. The second camp will be at Northside Primary from July 7-July 11, 2014.
The third camp will be at New Wilmington Elementary from July 21-July 24, 2014.
Each camp runs from 10am-2pm on the scheduled dates. Lunch is provided daily. Please note that campers are responsible for their own transportation.
There is still plenty of time to register your child for camp by calling 724-658-5580 and asking for Heather.
There is space available at all 3 camps. The camps are geared for children going into 3rd or 4th grade for the 2014-2015 school year.
We are also looking for high school students ages 14 and older who need to earn some volunteer hours to be group leaders at camp.
*For more information contact Heather Shields at 724-658-5580
The Lawrence County Drug & Alcohol Commission sponsored the annual alcohol awareness poster contest, encouraging area youth in grades K-12 create posters that deter underage drinking. We are appreciative of the tremendous response and this year saw some amazing entries. The winners for 2014 appear below: