April 16, 2021
As stay-at-home orders went into effect last year, families across the United States were forced to create new ways of living in unprecedented times. The stressors of the pandemic have led to a mental health crisis. The impacts on mental health resulted in a 14 percent increase in alcohol consumption among adults from 2019 to 2020. Whether because of stress, added access, or boredom, countless people have found themselves drinking more than ever before.
How do you know when to seek help? What does treatment look like? How can families work through this? Top experts from Recovery Centers of America (RCA) will answer all of these questions and more during a free virtual panel discussion on Wednesday, April 28 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Registration is now open.
This is an opportunity to have your questions answered through the anonymity of a virtual format. You’ll learn ways to keep yourself and your family safe and informed of the risks of alcohol use and also hear from those who have walked the path to recovery and can share their hope for the future.
Panelists from Recovery Center of America (RCA) include:
• Trish Caldwell – Vice President of Family and Clinical Programming
• Dawn Belamarich Berry – CEO, RCA at Lighthouse
• Rob Strauber – Interventionist Manager
• Patrick Clark – Project Manager
Register for this virtual discussion and be a part of the community solution to getting through this new normal.
Wednesday, April 28 | 6:30-8 p.m.
Virtual Panel Discussion