Atracare Goes Purple | Open House Event

Atracare Mental Health Partners with Delaware Goes Purple and The Sussex County Health Coalition to Host an Open House on 9/28 from 5-8 where they invite the community to learn more about treating and navigating Substance Use Disorder in Lewes, Delaware.

In response to the growing need for understanding and support surrounding substance use disorder, Atracare Mental Health is proud to announce its open house, sponsored by the commendable initiative, Delaware Goes Purple.

Delaware Goes Purple, a campaign aimed at destigmatizing addiction, has been at the forefront of creating a platform where teens and adults can discuss the harrowing consequences of drug addiction. Their mission revolves around empowering communities to rise against the prevailing stigmas and offer unwavering support to those grappling with addiction.

“Atracare Mental Health is deeply committed to advancing mental wellness and shedding light on topics that often remain shrouded in silence. We believe that by opening our doors and partnering with impactful campaigns like Delaware Goes Purple, we can create a ripple effect that leads to a more compassionate, informed community,”

Commented Dr. Dane Bluestone, Director of Mental Health at Atracare.   

Details of the Event:
Date: 9/28/2023
Time: 5-8pm

Location: Atracare Mental Health, 1532 Savannah Rd A, Lewes, DE 19958

Participants will have the opportunity to:

  • Engage in enlightening discussions about substance use, stigma, and addiction.
  • Learn more about the resources and support available at Atracare Mental Health.
  • Connect with others who have been affected by addiction, creating a support system within the community.

By hosting this open house, Atracare Mental Health wishes to send a clear message: those struggling with addiction are not alone. With the combined efforts of organizations like Delaware Goes Purple and compassionate community members, there’s hope for a brighter, stigma-free future.

The event is open to all and is especially beneficial for individuals who know someone battling addiction, educators, healthcare professionals, or anyone interested in learning more about substance use disorders.

Join the movement, and be part of the change. Let’s work together to break the chains of stigma and create an environment where everyone feels valued, understood, and supported.

For further information,  please contact Atracare’s Mental Health Department at or  (302) 268-8692

About Atracare Mental Health
Located in Lewes, Delaware, Atracare Mental Health is dedicated to providing comprehensive mental health services, focusing on holistic care and individualized treatments. Their team of seasoned professionals is committed to making a difference, one life at a time.

About Delaware Goes Purple
Delaware Goes Purple is a grassroots initiative aimed at eradicating the stigmas surrounding addiction. By fostering open conversations and providing educational resources, they seek to build a community where individuals battling addiction can find the support they desperately need. Learn more at

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