Nearly 1 in 10 Americans age 12 or older struggle with substance abuse, involving alcohol or illicit drugs. When you look around our community, it’s unfortunately not difficult to wrap your mind around that statistic. Addiction is a bondage that destroys lives, families, and communities and there are many organizations working daily to make a difference in the lives of those affected across the Florida panhandle.
In recognition of National Recovery Month, Chapel at the Beach is excited to announce the launch of a weekly support group in South Walton County for those who are or have struggled with addiction. The first meeting was held Tuesday, September 21. The support group is called The Most Excellent Way and will provide meetings for men and women along 30A on Tuesday evenings. All meetings are based on Biblical teaching and are learning environments for people who are or have struggled with addiction. Anyone who is affected by addictive behavior is welcome and encouraged to attend. Most Excellent Way is a setting where people will find the love and support they need in order to effectively battle addiction with the power of God’s love.
The Most Excellent Way Support Groups meet Tuesday evenings, 6 pm, Seagrove Baptist Church, 4915 E County Hwy 30A, Santa Rosa Beach. Separate Men & Ladies meetings, coffee and water provided. Please contact Parker Cape, for more information (850) 249-5475 or email Parker@chapelatthebeach.org.