CBS 47/Action News Jax (April 22, 2018) – “Project Save Lives on verge of expanding thanks to success in treating opioid addiction”
Author: Tiffany Winemiller
WJXT Channel 4/News4Jax (March 21, 2018) – “Adam Putnam hosts roundtable in Jacksonville on opioid crisis”
Gateway received the Ryan White Award for the “highest level of viral suppression in the Jacksonville Transitional Grant area.” Gateway repeatedly exceeds national, state and local outcomes for HIV prevention, HIV testing and HIV Care/Services. Way to go Frances Lynch and the Health Promotions team! Congratulations!
WJXT Channel 4/News4Jax (January 23, 2018) – “Project Save Lives could impact statewide opioid epidemic battle”
This year marks Gateway’s 40th anniversary. In 1978, a group of recovering alcoholics wanted their “miracle of sobriety,” which was achieved through the success of 12 Step recovery and treatment, brought to the Jacksonville community for those suffering from addiction, especially those without means to pay. Today, Gateway has become a recognized leader in the treatment of substance use disorders and mental health while changing the lives of over 300,000 people through treatment and prevention services.
WTLV Channel 12/First Coast News (November 17, 2017) – “Opioid epidemic program set to begin in Jacksonville”
Florida Times-Union (June 22, 2017) – “Study: Jacksonville area has ninth-highest rate of new HIV diagnoses in U.S.”
On September 9, 2016, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) released the 2015 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH), detailing the state of substance use and mental disorders in the nation.
This national report summarizes key findings for indicators of substance use and mental health among people aged 12 years old or older in the civilian, non-institutionalized population of the United States. Results are provided for the overall category of individuals aged 12 or older as well as by age subgroups. Trends continue to be presented for estimates that are assumed to have remained comparable with those in earlier years (e.g., marijuana and heroin use trends for 2002 to 2015 and mental health trends typically for 2008 to 2015).
Click here to view the full report from SAMHSA.
Summer vacations. Birthdays. Anniversaries. Family Reunions. Back to School.
Whatever the reason may be for shopping online this summer, you can support Gateway when you make a purchase at Amazon Smile.
When you shop at Amazon Smile, Amazon will make a donation to our organization. That’s right! You can generate donations for your favorite charity—Gateway Community Services. When you shop, Amazon gives. It’s that simple!
To choose Gateway as your charity of choice, use the following link to be directed to Amazon Smile in support of our organization: https://smile.amazon.com/ch/59-1881828.
Thank you for supporting Gateway.
Gateway has unveiled phase one of its $7 million capital campaign. Plans to raise $3.6 million for phase one of the campaign were announced in February during a groundbreaking ceremony held at its Stockton Street campus. This is the first time the organization has launched a capital campaign.
Phase one involves construction of a new 12,850-square-foot Outpatient Clinic, which will house counselors and case management offices, medication-assisted treatment as well as group meeting rooms. Administrative offices at Gateway’s Stockton Street location will relocate to the second floor of the new outpatient building, thus freeing up 40 additional rooms for transitional housing for patients. Construction of the new building will provide valuable space to Gateway patients with nowhere to go after treatment and enable the organization to greatly increase its services throughout Northeast Florida. Phase one will also involve complete renovation of 108 rooms at the Stockton Street campus.
The Florida Times-Union recently published an article about the capital campaign and what it means for the Jacksonville community. To read the full article visit, http://bit.ly/1XQZQtk.