An Interfaith Discussion On Lgbtq Substance Abuse And Recovery

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What if the God of My Understanding Hates Me?

An interfaith discussion on how a crisis of faith can drive LGBTQ people to substance abuse.

Leading experts on addiction agree that faith and spirituality can be integral to a person’s success. However, what if one’s faith has been the source of their feeling of alienation and/or motivation for substance abuse? Hear from those in recovery and join in group discussions on this and other issues in a supportive, inclusive environment.


This free program is generously funded by a grant from the HAMSA Program of Jewish Family & Career Services of Atlanta (Helping Atlantans Manage Substance Abuse).

This program is co-sponsored by The Health Initiative, InterfaithFamily/Atlanta, and Positive Impact Health Centers.

The Rush Center is 1 block from the Edgewood/Candler Park MARTA station.
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By: Sojourn: Southern Jewish Resource Network for Gender and Sexual Diversity

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