S.A.F.E. Coalition Hosts Community Event Featuring Faces of Recovery
A day of awareness, hope and healing with special guest, Mike Zito & The Wheel!
SUNDAY, APRIL 3rd
BLACK BOX THEATRE – FRANKLIN, MA
The S.A.F.E. Coalition presents “Faces of Recovery,” a community event with special guest, Mike Zito, an internationally known musician living in long term recovery from addiction to drugs and alcohol. He will play an acoustic “storytellers set” followed by a concert with his full band. The evening will also feature various speakers from the recovery community who will share their own stories.
- State Representative, Jeffrey Roy
- Matt Ganem, representative of Banyon Treatment Centers and treatment advocate living in long-term recovery
- Colleen, living long term recovery
- Jim Derick, SAFE Coalition president and family in recovery
- Mike Zito’s acoustic “Storytellers” set
- State Senator Karen Spilka
- Jeff, living in long term recovery
- Shawn Salisbury, living in long term recovery and volunteer from East Bridgewater HOPE
- Mike Boyd, Learn to Cope member in recovery
- Concluding with a special musical performance by Mike Zito & the Wheel!
This event is being hosted to bring those in the community together to raise awareness and provide support to the recovery community. “We’ve hand-picked each speaker to offer those in attendance unique perspectives on the recovery journey and to bring hope to those individuals and families seeking or living in recovery,” says Jim Derick, SAFE’s president. By example, these individuals will show us recovery is possible!
This event will include food and beverages and is open to all ages.
No tickets necessary.
For more information about this event and the S.A.F.E. Coalition please “Like” us on Facebook and visit our website www.safecoalitionma.com .
S.A.F.E. is a coalition of community partners who have come together to provide support, education, treatment options, and coping mechanisms for those affected by substance abuse disorder. We do so by empowering those affected, including their families, with the tools necessary to succeed on their journey to recovery. We understand that while I can’t, we can.