Recovery Support Services is dedicated to educating the public about drug and alcohol use and abuse. Founded on the principal that education is the key to effectively promote substance abuse prevention in the community. We will work together to make our cause known, and to reach out to other groups and organizations who share our vision.
Recovery Support Services is passionate about teaching the community how to acknowledge risks; physical, social, legal, mental, financial, and spiritual, associated with the use of drugs and alcohol. We will partner with the community to establish a strong position statement and policies against drugs and alcohol and to help our communities realize the benefits of living healthy, drug free lives.
Billie Hullum has been in the Augusta area for over 30 years, is married with two children and four grandchildren. She has served in the US Army, and her daughter currently serves. Billie is a Certified Addiction Counselor and has worked with the treatment providers for the Augusta Richmond County Judicial Drug Court Program as an addiction counselor and case manager for 4 years and is certified in MRT (Moral Reconation Therapy) which is a fairly new treatment model for offenders, as well as a Certified Anger Management Specialist. Billie is a graduate from Liberty University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology and Christian Counseling. Billie is also a person in long-term recovery herself, and has written articles on recovery for the local Jail Report publication. You can also find her at Psychology Today by clicking the link below.