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Valentine’s Day Celebrity Breakfast & Silent Auction

The Courage Center invites you to join us for our 1st Annual Celebrity Breakfast and Silent Auction! Participants will be served breakfast, have an opportunity to mingle with our celebrities, and participate in a silent auction. The Courage Center offers a unique, and desperately needed, service in our community. Through our Courage Connections recovery support…

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Merry Christmas from The Courage Center

This has been an amazing first year for The Courage Center. Thank you to each of you for your prayers, support and contribution to our mission, and for supporting recovery in our community. Wishing each of you a Merry Christmas! Share this: on Twitter on Facebook on Google+

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Co-Founder Receives Prevention Advocacy Award

Courage Center Co-Founder, Susan B. Mill, has been awarded The William J. McCord Prevention Advocacy Award by the SC Association of Prevention Professionals and Advocates. Susan is the heart and soul of The Courage Center, and is a tireless advocate for prevention and recovery efforts in our local community, and statewide. Thank you, SCAPPA for…

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Let’s Put a Face on It

This is me as a young person with a substance use disorder. 15 years old. Freshman in high school. This is me as a young person with a substance use disorder. 17 years old. This is me as a young person with a substance use disorder. 18 years old. During high school: -I played a…

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Together, We Can Make a New Future

As many of you know, The Courage Center has submitted a request to rezone a property in the town we serve, so we can establish a permanent location. We have read a number of posts, letters, or other communication that state that having our organization near their properties will be injecting people in the community…

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This Thing Called Recovery

I am Julie, and I am a person in long-term recovery. What does this statement mean? I am a daughter, a wife, a mother. I am a sister, an aunt, and a cousin. I am a neighbor, a community member, and a giver of time to those who are hurting. I am some of these…

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