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July 12, 2021
Tides Inc. Awarded New Hanover County ABC Board Grant
The New Hanover County ABC Board announced that $510,000 in grants were awarded for Fiscal Year 2021-22. They are broadening the scope of giving to reach more nonprofits doing innovative and meaningful work in the community around substance abuse education, prevention, treatment or research by developing their own grant program.
We are so excited to be one of the recipients in this year’s New Hanover County ABC Board Grants. We appreciate their commitment to give back to the community by supporting nonprofits, like Tides, Inc., that are fighting substance abuse and providing treatment and education to those in need.
Because of their generosity, Tides will be able to launch an extensive Restoration & Resilience Training Program for Moms in Recovery. This program will expand on its current parenting and job skills training and add much needed courses in Life Skills, Budgeting & Finance, Relapse Prevention, Nutrition, Healthy Relationships, Resiliency – Coping with Trauma, and Child & Adult CPR. Funds are also allocated to help women complete their high school education, peer support certifications, driver’s education courses and other skills that will further their success beyond our program. Click here to watch a short video on this year's recipients.
October 12, 2020
Tides Inc. board member honored with award at UNCW
We are so proud to announce that Stephanie D. Smith, Ph.D., RN has been selected as UNCW's Junior Scholar for the Distinguished Scholarly Engagement and Public Service Award! Stephanie is a valuable member of Tides' Board of Directors and an Assistant Professor in the School of Nursing at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington. She also serves as a member on the New Hanover County Board. We are so proud of her and thankful for her service to our community!
Sept 11, 2019
Tides Inc. and New Hanover County Partner for 2020 to Combat Opioid Addiction
As Skip Johnstone, MD, founder of The Tides, Inc, signs another contract with New Hanover County for the 2019-2020 fiscal year for the intensive, outpatient opioid treatment program for pregnant women and new moms, he has hope for the future of opioid-addicted moms. In 2018, New Hanover County Commissioners committed to financing the Tides Program for 3 years, as a pilot project, and set the goal of assisting 24 clients during the first year.
May 14, 2019
WILMINGTON, NC (WWAY) — Krista Turner started experimenting with dangerous drugs like hallucinogens when she was in her teens and her struggle with drug addiction continued about 10 years.
“You get hooked on that first high,” Turner said. “So that’s what you’re always chasing and you never get that again.”
April 3, 2019
One Mom Recovers from Opioid Addiction, Against all Odds
Krista Turner, one of Tide's first patients, shares her unbelievable story on WHQR. Her story is one of devastation, trauma and addiction and her incredible road to recovery and finally, a sober life.
Listen as she walks us through, step-by-step, as we celebrate her one year mark of sobriety!
Feb. 7, 2019
100 Men Who Care
100 Men Who Care is just that...a group of men who care about their community and it's nonprofit organizations. Meeting only once a quarter throughout the year, they nominate charitable organizations in our area and vote for who they will raise funds for that quarter.
Their president, Paul Pascarosa, heard Dr. Johnstone's broadcast on WHQR and was so moved by our mission, he called and wanted to learn more. He chose The Tides as his nonprofit to present for consideration for funding for their first quarter2019 meeting. The Tides received the most votes and are the recipient of forty $100.00 checks!
We are so grateful for this group of men and for our community rallying behind our Tides program to help these women on the road to recovery so they can have healthy babies.
To view the organizations website, www.100menwilmington.org
Jan 31, 2019
Tides, Inc. is a non-profit funded by New Hanover County that treats pregnant women or women who are new mothers and are dependent on opioids. All of its patients are on medically assisted therapies. Since Tides opened last September, officials there say there are no cases of patients losing their children to non-family members in foster care. Listen to Dr. Skip Johnstone discuss on Coastline.
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