Hall Recovers is a night of celebration, awareness and remembrance of the loved ones that we have lost due to substance abuse.
WHO – Open to the PUBLIC!
Join Gainesville-Hall County’s caring community members, friends in recovery, and family members of loved ones lost to substance abuse. To submit a name to be read during the candlelight vigil, click here.
WHAT – HALL RECOVERS
J’s Place Recovery Center and community partners are hosting HALL RECOVERS Night of Awareness to recognize those we have lost as a result of substance use disorder and honors those in recovery.
- Food Vendors
- T-SHIRTS to the first 100 attendees!
WHEN: International Overdose Awareness Day
August 31st, 2021. 6:30 – 8:30 PM
WHERE: Roosevelt Square in Downtown Gainesville (Click for Map)
Parking at the Hall County Parking Deck or the Brenau Downtown Center Parking Deck. Shuttle will run from parking decks to the venue.
To celebrate the hope found in recovery and remember those we’ve lost. Guest speakers will represent all facets of those impacted by substance abuse. Individuals and advocates of recovery will be highlighted with the event culminating in a CANDLELIGHT VIGIL.
We’d like your help in understanding how events like Hall Recovers impact public understanding of opioid and other addictions. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey before Hall Recovers and then return afterward to give us your input afterwards. Those who complete both surveys will be eligible for a raffle drawing for a $50 gift card.