Save The Date! Liberation Programs' Ninth Annual Spirit of Hope Thursday, April 28 at 6:00 P.M. Hyatt Regency Greenwich
Please plan to join the Board of Directors and Event Committee for Liberation Programs's Ninth Annual Spirit of Hope Benefit Dinner when we have the privilege of honoring Pitney Bowes as one of the original founders of Liberation Programs and Reverend Dale Rosenberger, Pastor at the First Congregational Church of Darien, for his valued community partnership and deep understanding of our mission of helping the people who come to us for help achieve lifelong recovery from addiction.
Liberation Programs' signature event, Spirit of Hope, is held each year to provide important resources such as housing, mental health services, effective treatment alternatives and other support services that enable individuals and families to begin new lives and sustain lifelong recovery.
Spirit of Hope 2016 Committee
John C. McCarty Michell Luttrell Heidi Daileader
Event Committee Members
John Bassler ~ Katrina Bischoff ~ Todd Boe ~ Lisa Bytner ~ Wayne Cafran ~ Beth Crowe Pete Dee ~ Devon Fleming ~ Stephanie Hazard ~ Kate Laird ~ Susan Linss ~ Gail Malloy Cyrena Melich ~ Kwame Moses ~ Maha Mostofi ~ Sallyan Pelletier ~ Amy Rabenhorst Christy Sadler ~ Sherry Sopin
Exclusive Spirit of Hope Media Sponsor
Please take a few minutes to listen to some inspiring stories as told by Liberation Programs Recoverees
Minute for Mission
Liberation Programs welcomes the opportunity to speak to members of local congregations as part of our Minute for Mission initiative. For Liberation Programs this is about the mission of letting people know help is out there and that support and help will be there for individuals and their families throughout the life long journey of recovery. We know how important it is to be there for people in crisis who are struggling with substance abuse problems or who are members of a family where one of the family members is struggling and they don't know where to turn.
At Liberation Programs people are taking concrete steps towards leading happier, productive and substance-free lives. Women, who all too often have few treatment options, have turned to our Families in Recovery program to begin a new journey. Our team helps pave the way for people to rebuild their self-esteem, to learn to value their abilities and to make healthy decisions. Everyone deserves the opportunity for a fresh start; we provide the tangible support and services to improve their lives. Just as we work to empower mothers in our residential program, we are here for you, and we believe you, too, can achieve phenomenal success on your path to a better life.
As one of our community’s largest behavioral health providers, we help bring thousands of individuals and their families’ hopes and dreams to life!
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Photo, Family in the Park, Courtesy of Chaiwat/FreeDigitalPhotos.net
Liberation Programs' Residential, Opioid (Methadone) and Outpatient Treatment Programs are CARF accredited. CARF, the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities provides accreditation services worldwide. Providers that meet CARF standards have demonstrated their commitment to being among the best available.