26th Annual Jim Bradshaw Memorial
Stars in Recovery Luncheon
Recovery Resource Council will be hosting its Annual Jim Bradshaw Memorial Stars in Recovery Luncheon this spring. This year marks our 26th Annual Stars in Recovery Luncheon to raise funds and awareness about our work in the community to reduce drug and alcohol abuse and its stigma by providing guidance, education and services to children, adults and families. The event provides one of the few opportunities for our supporters to meet and hear about some of our client’s success stories and witness the impact that Recovery Resource Council has on our North Texas Community first hand. Register Online Here
Save the Date! Tuesday, May 13, 2014.
The luncheon will begin at 12:00 p.m. at the Fort Worth Convention Center.
For sponsorship inquiries or to RSVP,
contact Dimanche Brewer, Special Events Coordinator
Register Online Here
2014 Hope CEU Series
Casa Palmera, Millwood Hospital, NewDay Services & Recovery Resource Council have collaborated together to sponsor this inaugural quarterly teaching series for Tarrant County practitioners.
In response to the mental health challenges facing our society today, the HOPE CEU Series is designed to provide professionals with practical, experiential tools for addressing these very divergent needs. Using a variety of teaching formats to facilitate participation & understanding such as drama, lecture, discussion, we hope to help you minimize the gap between what is available today and what is necessary. Community welcome, CEUs also available for social work.
Co-dependency & Attachment- 3/18
Shame Resiliency - 6/24
Stress/Anxiety/Depression - 9/16
Solution-focused Therapy - 12/16
10:00 am Registration
10:30 am-2:00 pm Workshop/Lunch
Christ Chapel Bible Church
3701 Birchman Ave. Fort Worth
Off of I-30 & Montgomery
LUNCH will be catered
Workshop Fee: $20
Bring Marketing information to share.
The Greatest Gift Catalog Ever is sent out during the holiday season. The catalog looks roughly like a Lands End or Williams-Sonoma catalog, but instead of clothing, kitchen gadgets or other merchandise there are charitable giving opportunities. In The Greatest Gift Catalog Ever, you would find the opportunity to purchase opportunities to support charitable organizations.
The Greatest Gift Catalog Ever allows the “shopper” to find 30 unique charitable giving opportunities from 15 great charities in Tarrant County. These gifts will make a meaningful difference in the community this holiday season. Created by local businessman and philanthropist Elliot Goldman and his wife Heather as a way to raise funds and awareness for local charities, the catalog will have gifts ranging in price from $10 to $5,000. Their goal was to have something in there for everyone. Purchases can be made online, by phone or by mail. Through the generous support of local foundations and corporations, 100% of the tax-deductible donations will go directly to the designated organizations. As an added bonus, every purchase from the catalog will just make you feel good inside.
As one of the featured organizations, you can support Recovery Resource Council by purchasing a $25 Family Group Support Session, $80 counseling session for youth or adult or $300 will send a child to our Camp L4, which is held three times a year. Don't forget you may also make a donation of any amount to Recovery Resource Council.
For more information on ways to give or to read more information about the catalog, visit the GGCE website here