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Back to School Supplies Needed

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We are needing school supply items for our Back Pack back to school campaign. Most needed are back packs for grades K thru 12. Gwinnett County Schools start August 5. Deadline for donations for this campaign is July 25th. Please call 770-962-0470 if you have any questions or contact us on our Contact Us page. Lets help our community by having a great start for the 2014/15 school year! Last years drive provided over 100 students with supplies to start the year. Lets hope we break that mark this year. We will start registering children in Gwinnett County for back packs on July 7 through July 21. To register - please call (770) 962-0470.

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New Office Hours

Our Office Hours have changed. Please note that our office is now closed on Fridays. The new hours are: Monday thru Thursday 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.

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Women's House Closing Temporarily

 

Due to economic and staffing issues, the Quinn House is sorry to announce that we are suspending the Women’s Housing Program. We will no longer be taking any new female residents into the program. In the meantime, we continue to search for ways to fund this part of our program so that we may re-open this much needed resource in Gwinnett County.

PLEASE NOTE: We will continue to help women with food, school supplies, clothing, and referrals to other resources when necessary. 

Thank you to all for your continued support of the Quinn House. 

 

 

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Our Recovery Program

Instead of a more traditional program that treats addiction as a disease, we adhere to the belief that addiction is a choice-based disorder.  In other words, if you continually make the same choices, they eventually become part of your automatic or habitual behavior. The key word here is choice. Webster defines “choice” as the act of selecting; the power of choosing or that you have options.

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The Quinn House Difference

I recently had a discussion with one of our past guests. We talked about how his life had turned around since he left the Quinn House and the role we had played in his new found success. I was quite taken by the excitement in his voice, as he explained the difference in his new attitude.  He stated that he had received more than just a second chance.

Read more: The Quinn House Difference

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