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.
We are looking for pregnant women ages 18-41 that struggle with opioid use for a national, multi-site research study. If you are interested, call (904) 387-4661, ext. 1075.
Every September, SAMHSA sponsors Recovery Month to increase awareness and understanding of mental and substance use disorders and celebrate the people who recover. The 2019 theme is Join the Voices for Recovery: Together We Are Stronger. (More about Recovery Month)
Gateway is partnering with Beaches Recovery and River Region to bring a host of events to the recovery community this month.
Walk – September 14th at 7:30am located at Gateway (555 Stockton Street)
Basketball – September 19th at 6:30pm located at PAL (2165 W. 33rd St.)
Volleyball – September 21st at 10:00am located at Beaches Recovery (390 16th Ave. S.)
Talent Show – September 26th at 6:00pm located at Gateway (555 Stockton Street)
Block Party – September 27th at 5:30pm located at Gateway Alumni House (900 Bridier St.)
Join us for the first ever Run4Recovery 5K! Click here for more information!
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”