Panhandle Mothers Against Methamphetamine
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Panhandle Mothers
Against Methamphetamine

3706 Mockingbird
Amarillo, TX 79109
(806) 331-6068

contact@panhandlemamas.com 



Family Support Group Meetings
Every Thursday at 6 p.m.

A place to find:


Help: for yourself, your family and your addicted loved one.
Hope: for the future with education and inspiration from our staff, over comers and their families.
Healing: through understanding, unconditional love and the grace of God.


Our meetings provide a safe and loving environment for sharing personal stories and experiences with others who understand.

 

 

About Panhandle MAMas

Mission:

To glorify God by providing competent, compassionate, scientifically accurate and culturally relevant drug education , prevention and rehabilitation resources that reflect the mercy of Jesus Christ for the families of affected loved ones, addicts and our community.

Vision:
A community where the overall effects of drug use are understood and comprehensive treatment facilities exist for those who need them.

Community:
Our community consists of the upper twenty-six counties of the Texas Panhandle

Overarching Goal:
To significantly reduce the use of Methamphetamine and all substances of abuse in the Texas Panhandle.

History:
Panhandle MAMas is a chapter of Mothers Against Methamphetamine [MAMa], the national organization founded by Dr. M. Holley in 2002. Establishment of this chapter began in September of 2006. MAMas was incorporated as a 501 (c) (3) non-profit corporation in January of 2007, with a formal chapter established in March of  2007.






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