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The Lord's Blessings to all in 2020

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Fire Destroys Thrift Store

on July 30th, The Quinn House experienced a fire that has completely shut down our Thrift Store.  For over 30 years we’ve been able to serve the community and those in need in Lawrenceville and Gwinnett County with, clothes, furniture, household items and appliances.With our distribution center now devastated, we are actively searching on a new location where we can begin to support the community again.

And there’s a lot to do.  Not only did we lose our store, but our church and probably most upsetting of all, our Christmas Outreach.  For over 25 years we have made sure thousands of parents who have fallen on hard times have toys and gifts to give to their children on Christmas day.  Unfortunately, all of our supplies to help organize this event have been consumed by the fire.

During this pandemic, the demand has been higher than it’s ever been before.  We need your help to reach those who, through no fault of their own, have fallen on hard times.  Through your gift, we’ll begin to restock for our Toy Drive, open a new store, and make sure that those in need now are not forgotten.  Visit thequinnhouse.com to make your tax-deductible donation today.

We know that no matter what might come our way, our God is well able to turn everything around for our good, even this fire.  Thanks for your time, and we’ll see again real soon.

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Our Recovery Program

Instead of a more traditional program that treats addiction as a disease, we adhere to the belief that addiction is a choice-based disorder.  In other words, if you continually make the same choices, they eventually become part of your automatic or habitual behavior. The key word here is choice. Webster defines “choice” as the act of selecting; the power of choosing or that you have options. We can’t deny that alcohol and drugs affect the mind, body, and spirit.  Once addicted you must address all three. 

Read more: Our Recovery Program

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The Quinn House has moved to 555 Hurricane Shoals Rd NW

After 30 years of serving our neighbors in Gwinnett County from South Perry St, The Quinn House has moved to a new facility. Don't worry we are only 2 miles down the road. We moved to a less congested area of Lawrenceville that will afford our customers and donors  better service, easier in and out access by car, and off-road parking, as an added plus there will be no stairs to climb anymore.

The new facility is located at 555 Hurricane Shoals Rd (NW) in Lawrenceville. This location will now house all of the services that were at our 120 South Perry St. facility.  Food Box pick-up, donation drop-off and the business office will be located at 555 Hurricane Shoals Rd. (NW) 120 South Perry location is now closed. Please do not leave donations at the 120 S Perry St address as we no longer own that property.

We look forward to serving our friends and neighbors for the next 30 years.

If you have any questions or concerns please contact our office at (770) 962-0470. 

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The Quinn House Difference

I recently had a discussion with one of our past guests. We talked about how his life had turned around since he left the Quinn House and the role we had played in his new found success. I was quite taken by the excitement in his voice, as he explained the difference in his new attitude.  He stated that he had received more than just a second chance.  

 He had been through treatment before, believing that was enough, but now he realized the need to focus and implement the principles he had learned. He said that this time he truly understands what recovery is all about.  He has changed the way he thinks, feels and responds to  things and has put his life's priorities in order.  “Life” he said, “is Difficult, but Life is Good”

Read more: The Quinn House Difference

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Canned Vegetables-Fruit Needed

If any individuals or organizations are looking for ways to help The Quinn House, we can offer a suggestion. We are in the beginning of the yearly summer canned vegetables and fruit drought. If any Individuals, families, or your organization would like to donate canned goods or arrange a canned food drive for your neighbor’s benefit it would be very helpful. As always, we are thankful for the communities support in our mission of helping those in need.