You’re Cordially Invited to Through A Child’s Eyes Presentation
Helping Children in Families and Communities Dealing with Addiction Build Resiliency
A Way Out, a non-profit dedicated to supporting adolescents, youth, adults and families in drug and alcohol crisis, is presenting the second lecture in a series entitled, Issues of Substance, addressing substance abuse, mental health and how to thrive in recovery.
A Way Out Presents: Jerry Moe, an author, lecturer and trainer on issues for children and families hurt by addiction and offers solutions for supporting our kids to thrive in the complicated world of substance abuse and addiction.
Thursday, September 25, 2014 5:30pm
Hotel Jerome Ballroom
Kids have a unique perspective in viewing the world. How do our children cope with the mixed messages of drug and alcohol use within the home and in their community? How can we help them get support and become more resilient? While it has long been held that alcoholism and drug addiction are a family disease and a concerning community issue, there are few opportunities for young children to be an integral part of the treatment, recovery and healing process. Jerry Moe, MA, is the National Director of the Children’s Program at Betty Ford. He is an Advisory Board Member for the National Association for Children of Alcoholics.
Dr. Kevin McCauley’s work strives to foster the acceptance of people in recovery as full and valued members of society and paves the way to help our valley reduce the substance abuse issues we face today.
To RSVP, please contact Liz Means at (970) 429-8605 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org