Make a Difference: Community Speaks Out of Groton
WHO: Individuals who are struggling with addiction, and their families.
AGENCY: Community Speaks Out of Groton
SITUATION: The agency helps families and individuals through the process of getting treatment for addiction and into recovery. It provides education, support groups and funding for those needing help.
WHAT TO GIVE: Monetary donations are needed to provide support to those needing financial help to enter into treatment and into sober living.
TO DONATE: Contact Tammy de la Cruz at (860) 271-1835 or mail donations to Community Speaks Out, 214B Thames St., Groton, CT 06340-0541.
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