Stomp Out Addiction Walk

Save the Date - October 13, 2024


Faith Oakville
6101 Telegraph Rd.

: For all ages 



We Walk to Stomp Out Addiction

Alcohol and other drugs are a problem for our nation, our communities, and our families. Many in our community have first-hand experience with this issue touching their lives. Faith Oakville hosts the annual Stomp Out Addiction Walk to bring awareness, education, and support to our community, with all proceeds from the walk benefiting PreventEd. This two-mile family-friendly walk begins on Faith’s parking lot and continues down the Cliff Cave trail. Our prayer is that taking one step toward defeating addiction will make a huge impact!

All proceeds benefit PreventEd.

For more information about PreventEd, visit
Questions? Call Faith Oakville at 314.846.8612
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To make a donation to help in the battle against drug and alcohol misuse, please continue to our payment site and enter the donation amount. Your donation may be tax-deductible. Thank you for choosing to invest in making a difference in this community!


Your donations will fund:

$10  Provides informational handouts on a drug-specific topic (i.e. – cannabis, energy drinks, vaping, or alcohol) distributed at a community health fair or other presentation
$25  Covers the cost of a substance use assessment
$150  Provides 2 Narcan rescue kits to be used for an opioid overdose
$500  Provides one teen the opportunity to participate in PreventEd’s Teen Institute leadership retreat and other leadership engagement opportunities throughout the year
$1,000 Provides 8 classroom school-based prevention presentations



Check out the photo gallery from previous walk days.

2019 2022 2023




(From 2023 Stomp Out Addiction Walk)
Today, Andy is a Certified Peer Specialist at PreventEd who works with people in the community who are looking to maintain or find recovery. He is grateful to be helping people and meeting them where they are. His path is filled with trauma of every kind, and he first used drugs at nine years old because he “always felt less than and alone, like nobody cared. I was not part of my family, my community, my school. No one ever asked me what I needed or wanted.”




(From 2023 Stomp Out Addiction Walk)
Clyde’s traumatic upbringing left him with memories he didn’t want to have. At 13, he “found this thing called alcohol” and it gave him the ability to forget. Clyde later found rehab in the navy, but the trauma still followed him.  Hear Clyde’s amazing story of how God made it possible for Clyde not just to survive, but to live.




(From 2022 Stomp Out Addiction Walk)
As a child growing up, Dan swore to himself that addiction would not impact his adult life because his life would be different than his father’s. One day he realized, “I had become the thing I swore I would never become." Hear Dan's amazing story about how God helped him find his way to recovery.




(From 2019 Stomp Out Addiction Walk)
From her early childhood to now, addiction has greatly impacted Lynda Moran’s life, yet she still encourages others, “We need to love our community and let them know that there is hope in God."



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