Teens to share their story of addiction & recovery at community forum
Brush Prairie, WA – Daybreak Youth Services will hold its next Conversations with the Community event on Monday, August 27 from 3:30 to 5 p.m. at its Brush Prairie facility (11910 NE 154th St., Brush Prairie, WA).
This free educational forum presents a rare opportunity for members of the public to hear directly from a group of Daybreak clients, and to ask them questions.
Each of the panelists has volunteered to share their personal story (an empowering experience), including what led them to treatment, their journey through the recovery process and their hopes and dreams for the future.
Tours of Daybreak’s Brush Prairie facility, the RWC Center for Adolescent Recovery, will be also available.
To RSVP, contact Nick Shanmac, Daybreak Youth Services’ director of marketing and outreach, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 360.984.5232.
Tours of Daybreak’s facility, the RWC Center for Adolescent Recovery, will also be available.
Breaking the Stigma: My journey through recovery
August 27, 2018 from 3:30 to 5:00 pm
Daybreak Youth Services, 11910 NE 154th St., Brush Prairie, WA
About Daybreak Youth Services
Daybreak Youth Services is a nonprofit provider of adolescent addiction and mental health treatment services in Washington state. With inpatient facilities near Vancouver (Brush Prairie) and Spokane, the organization provides safe and secure environments where adolescents ages 12-18 can commit to their recovery while engaging in school and recreation. Daybreak also offers inpatient psychiatric evaluation & treatment services for teens with acute mental health issues and co-gender outpatient programming in Spokane and the Vancouver area. To learn more, visit www.daybreakyouthservices.org.