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Gospel Music Celebration to benefit Southeastern Carolina Crossroads

Southeastern Carolina Crossroads has been assisting men with addiction rehabilitation needs since 2015. There have been many positive outcomes for the men who have received services offered at the Christian non-profit organization according to Rev. David Foster with the Bladen Baptist Association.

The rehab facility provides, “Help and Hope Over Addiction for Men.”

The treatment center is a huge asset to Southeastern North Carolina. Southeastern Carolina Crossroads is located at the former, Camp E-Tik-Etu, on Susie Sandhill Road. The vision of a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center in Bladen County started to form about 14 years ago. Now, the vision is a reality and there are new goals set in place to increase the impact of the non-profit.

“We need more beds and there is some work that needs to be done around the grounds,” Rev. Kincy Barrow said at a Opioid Task Force meeting.

The Southeastern Carolina Crossroads board announced a fundraiser to help with the needs of the non-profit. There will be a Gospel Music Celebration held on Saturday, September 28, 2019 at Elizabethtown Middle School starting at 6:00 p.m. Brian Free & Assurance will perform with special guests The Lumber River Quartet and Cedron’s Bridge.

Ticket prices are $25, $15 and $10 and may be purchased online by clicking here, or at the Bladen Baptist Association, Bladen Office Supply, or at Elizabethtown Healthcare & Rehabilitation.

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