We must be united in the war against addiction! My mission is to unite organizations,support groups, and everyone else who needs a helping hand. I am here to educate equip and develop a Recovery resource Network. My hope is that everyone gets the help they need and no one is left behind or alone in their fight for freedom from addiction. Join me and lets fight the good fight! Our Philosophy: Instigate, Agitate, Educate, and Liberate!
Jesus Christ is the Truth the Life the Way !
Help us to change the conversation from problems to solutions for America's top health problem!
About The Council
Council of Southeast Pennsylvania, Inc., an affiliate of the National
Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD), is a private
nonprofit organization serving Bucks County, Chester County, Delaware
County, Montgomery County and Philadelphia County. The Council provides a
wide range ofservices
to families, schools, businesses, individuals and the community at
large regardless of ability to pay, ethnicity, race, gender, age and/or
PRO-ACT is the
regional nonprofit organization working to mobilize and rally
individuals in recovery from addiction, as well as their families,
friends and allies in a campaign to end discrimination, broaden social
understanding and achieve a just response to addiction as a public
Doors open at 5:30 pm; Welcome and Expo Opportunities 6:00-6:30 pm; Film Begins at 6:30 pm followed by a Panel Discussion (8-9 pm) with behavioral health and public policy experts. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions of panelists.
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BRING A FRIEND!
A freewill collection will be taken
All proceeds will help us to continue to
advocate for and support individuals and families accessing and
sustaining long-term recovery
"A.A. members may disclose
their identity and speak as recovered alcoholics, giving radio, TV and
Internet interviews, without violating the Traditions - so long as their
A.A. membership is not revealed."
General Service Office of
Alcoholics Anonymous, New York, NY
The film, Anonymous People, is critical viewing for anyone
concerned about how people in recovery are viewed today. Individuals,
families, communities, legislators, policymakers, the recovery
community, and those in the judicial system can benefit greatly from the
experiences and messages conveyed by the faces
and voices of citizens, leaders, volunteers, corporate executives,
public figures, and celebrities who are laying it all on the line to
save the lives of others just like them.