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Seventh Annual

Spirit of Hope

Hyatt Regency Greenwich

Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Six o'clock p.m.

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Please join Liberation Programs for the Seventh Annual Spirit of Hope Awards Benefit when we will honor Linda & Vince McMahon for their support of LPI's new treatment center for pregnant and parenting women and Enterprise Community Investment, Inc. for their commitment to the completion of Gini's House, now only a few weeks away. Follow our progress on the project here.

We would like to thank our sponsors for making this year's Spirit of Hope an evening to remember.

Proceeds from Spirit of Hope helped create Gini's House, which will provide 18 units of permanent housing for families, as well as a 10-bed treatment center specifically for mothers with young children.

This year's keynote speaker will be Nancy Ramirez, 1996 graduate of LPI's Families in Recovery Program. Last year, our guest speaker was former FIRP client, Joy Madden-Palmer. Read her moving speech here and be inspired to attend this year's celebration. For information about sponsorship opportunities, silent auction donations and reservations, call 203.604.1144 or email dinner@liberationprograms.org.

We hope that you will come back often for more updates as we count down to the moment this Spring when Gini's House will be complete!

Please take a moment to watch last year's Spirit of Hope presentation video.


National RX Drug Take-Back     

Saturday, April 26, 10am-2pm at the Stamford Police Department, 805 Bedford Street.

Do you have expired, unused or unwanted prescription drugs that you no longer want around? For safe disposal, simply drop them off at this convenient Drive-Thru. This is a free and anonymous service hosted by the Stamford Police Department, Stamford Hospital, Stamford Youth Services Bureau, the Parent Teacher Council of Stamford, Optimus Health Care, City of Stamford Health Department, Connecticut Renaissance, the Stamford Senior Center, Family Centers, Stamford Recycles, the Prescription Monitoring Program, Lower Fairfield County Regional Action Council and Liberation Programs. Help to spread the word by downloading and posting the flyer, also available in Spanish. For more information: 203.391.7914

A Message to Our Friends  

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!

Welcome to our website. We hope you enjoy learning more about how we help strengthen Fairfield County. If you like what you see, and you want to join our essential mission, please visit our Contact Us page to learn how you can make a difference.

Photo, Family in the Park, Courtesy of Chaiwat/FreeDigitalPhotos.net


 

Liberation Programs, Inc.  |  129 Glover Avenue  |  Norwalk, Connecticut 06850
Phone 203.851.2077  |  Email info@liberationprograms.org

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CARF Accreditation Gold Seal

Liberation Programs' Residential, Opioid (Methadone) andOutpatient 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.

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