Addiction: What you need to know and what you can do

This program is for anyone impacted by an addiction:

  • Residents
  • Teens
  • College Students
  • Parents
  • Grandparents
  • Educators
  • Health professionals
  • Law Enforcement
  • Business Community
  • Civic Groups

First three Tuesdays
(September through May)
7 – 8:30 p.m.

St. Mary Mercy Livonia
Classroom 11
36475 Five Mile Rd., Livonia

Use South Entrance, take Elevator C to the 4th floor

What you need to know and what you can do

A FREE education series designed to provide information about addiction, prevention, treatment and recovery

No registration necessary – Attend one session, two or all three Certificate of attendance available

Topics include:

  • Understanding addiction
  • Impact of addiction on families
  • What prevents people from seeking help
  • Current substance abuse trends in our community
  • Underage drinking and drug use
  • Making informed decisions on health and well-being
  • Creating mindfulness to support recovery
  • Suicide prevention
  • Substance abuse and mental health disorders
  • Grief and loss in addiction and recovery
  • Relapse prevention

Resources available for treatment

Are you coping with one or more of these issues?

  • Could my drinking/drug use be an addiction; how do I ask for help?
  • Is my loved one an addict; what do I need to know to help?
  • Is addiction is disrupting our family, how do I take my life back?
  • Am I in trouble at school or home because of my substance use?

Additional information:
Karen Bonanno – • 734-338-9580

Updated September 2019


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