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Save the Date! Thriving in Recovery Gala!


Save the Date! The “Thriving in Recovery” Gala will be held May 5th, 2016 at Normandy Farm in Bluebell, PA.

The Council of Southeast Pennsylvania, Inc. is grateful for 40 years servicing families and communities in this region.  We’ve made great strides, with national recognition for integrating cutting-edge, evidence-based programming in prevention, intervention and recovery, providing services impacting over 15,000 individuals annually.  As we operationalize our strategic plan for expansion of services throughout Bucks, Montgomery, Chester, Delaware counties and Philadelphia to reduce the impact of addiction throughout the region, we want to recognize and celebrate those thriving in recovery.  While addiction is a complex problem, 23 million Americans are living in long-term recovery.  We are asking you to invest in our work, our shared community, and a brighter future free from stigma, discrimination and barriers to healthy living.

For the past year, the Council has been capturing stories of individuals thriving in recovery from our community, across the spectrum of addiction and circumstance.  The message is undeniable: Addiction is costly, but there is hope; long-term recovery is possible and is a good investment.

It is with much excitement that on May , 5, 2016, The Council will host the “Thriving in Recovery” Gala.  It will evoke the celebratory atmosphere associated with this date in a recovery-rich environment.  We will celebrate the advances that have been made and will recommit to the work that still needs to be done – together.

Your support of the “Thriving in Recovery” capital campaign and gala will recognize the importance of community in preventing addition and sustaining recovery.

Stay tuned to learn how you can support this campaign.

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