Hazlet's Hope Network Combats Opioid Epidemic, Shines a Light of Hope at Raritan High School Wresting Match
Hazlet's Hope shared the great news of the Drug Free NJ Town Hall coming to Hazlet! The Hazlet's Hope informational table made a great impact with regards to community outreach! "We were able to bring awareness to who we are, what we do and how we can help! We successfully passed out 216 glow bracelets to the fans, which included our Crisis Line Hotline number! We also received a $2 donation from a sweet woman who was compelled to support us!"
❤Once the glow sticks were shining among the crowd, the Launch Pad went pitch black.... and the following announcement was made:
Darkness... it's a lonely and scary place. Those who suffer from substance abuse could end up in a deep dark hole. However, there is HOPE... a glowing light at the end of the tunnel for those who wish to seek help. Hazlet's Hope is available 24/7 to provide assistance for you, your friends or your loved ones. If you or a loved one have a substance abuse problem, please reach out to our hotline number.
A message from Hazlet's Hope Network: Save the date! March 25th at Raritan High School, we will be collaborating with Drug Free NJ to have a Knock Out Opioid Awareness Town Hall discussion about the drug crisis in our community and how we can keep that darkness away. Please mark your calendars for this important event and stay tuned for more information!
Many thanks to the Hazlet's Hope members in attendance tonight: Coach Nucci, Laura O'Hara, Amy Geddis, Pastor Barry Mulligan, Coach Scott Whalen, Barbara Hilliard, Deputy Chief Wittke, Sgt. Marvel and Student Liaison Liz Dugan. Great job everyone!! 👏
PS- The Rockets WON in a blowout!! 70-3!! Way to go Coach Nucci and Team! 👏👏
Our next event is our 4th Annual Cornhole Tournament May 31, 2020
Hazlet's Hope Network Raised Nearly $250,000 in treatment programs and donations at their annual year in progress celebration.
Call (732) 832-7660
Hazlet's Hope Network
P.O. Box 84
Hazlet, NJ, 07730