Panhandle Mothers Against Methamphetamine

Family Support Group Meetings...Every Thursday at 6:30 p.m.

Panhandle Mothers Against Methamphetamine Annual Golf Tournament..July 25, 8:00am Palo Duro Creek Golf Course
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About Panhandle MAMas

Mission: To glorify God by providing competent, compassionate, scientifically accurate and culturally relevant drug education , prevention and rehabilitation resources that reflect the mercy of Jesus Christ for the families of affected loved ones, addicts and our community.
Help: for yourself, your family and your addicted loved one. Hope: for the future with education and inspiration from our staff, over comers and their families. Healing: through understanding, unconditional love and the grace of God.

Who We Are: Vision

A community where the overall effects of drug use are understood and comprehensive treatment facilities exist for those who need them. History:Panhandle MAMas is a chapter of Mothers Against Methamphetamine [MAMa], the national organization founded by Dr. M. Holley in 2002. Establishment of this chapter began in September of 2006. MAMas was incorporated as a 501 (c) (3) non-profit corporation in January of 2007, with a formal chapter established in March of 2007.

What We Do Community

Community: Our community consists of the upper twenty-six counties of the Texas Panhandle
Overarching Goal: To significantly reduce the use of Methamphetamine and all substances of abuse in the Texas Panhandle.


MAMAS Annual Golf Tournament Palo Duro Creek Golf Course

Sat, July 25th Shotgun start..4 person scramble Entry $75 per player, $300 per team..2 flights with Payouts for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place. Hole in One Cash Prize $10,000 with a $5000 split to Panhandle MAMAs, Cheeseburger dinner after the tournament! Download our Entry Form and GET INVOLVED!!

Our Sponsors

M & R Industrial Services

Cheeseburger dinner after the tournament!


Our Testimonials

Nothing can bring back the hour of splendor in the grass, glory in the flower. We will grieve not, rather find strength in what remains behind. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow When I was a child, I didn't want to grow up to be a drug addict, a junkie, a liar, a thief. But I spent 30 years of my life dedicated to being all of the above. I will turn 56 this year and have been clean for 9 years today. God in His infinate wisdom and mercy snatched me up and gave me a new life and some extrordinary things have happened to me. My past: the great waste of years between then and now. It's pointless to think how those years could've been put to better use, for I could've hardly put them to worse. There is no recovering them. I could've grieved endlessly for the loss of time and for the damage done to others but, in the end it wouldn't change a thing. Nine years ago I was left with only scars to mark the void.I finally looked up, away from the world, for just a moment, and I saw Him there waiting for me. Only with His help and love did I find the courage to move on and forgive myself for the life I lived, for the things I had done. I am just an ordinary woman who likes the person I have become. God, courage, peace and joy. That's what the last nine years of being clean means to me...... CINDY WRIGHT

Sober- August 28, 2011..Priscila Lara, March 27, 2012
I am thankful for MAMas whom I consider family and for being there for me and accepting me just the way I am. They have helped me in times of need. I am so thankful to God, my family and my church family who are my biggest supports.

Leigh Standiford, March 26, 2012
What Recovery means to me....It means, enjoying sunrises and sunsets. It means, going to the lake or just walking barefoot thru the mad with my kids. (love this) It means, sitting on the couch watching t.v. with my fiance and kids. And enjoying the crap out of it!!! The most rewarding thing about being clean for me, is looking in the mirror and being so happy with what I see! Sober since January 21, 2010 THANK YOU JESUS! ,


Executive Board Members

President- Ted Lawler

Vice President- Todd Horn

Education Director- Jody Jones

Research - Mary Ratcliff

Cross Project Director- Cindy Wright

Secretary- Lori Watts

Cross Project Director- Cindy Wright

Trinity Nicole Miller

Connie Oldfield

Advisor Board:

April Monk

Donna Lawler

Ann Newsome

Jeanne Gray

Bobby (Moose) Jones

Charlene Brown

Patricia Horn

Jill Skaggs


Contact Form

Contact Address

Panhandle Mothers Against Methamphetamine Texas Chapter of MAMAS

3706 Mockingbird
Amarillo, TX 79109
(806) 331-6068

Useful Links
Mothers Against Methamphetamine National Headquarters

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