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

First three Tuesdays
(September through May)

7:00-8:30 p.m.
St. Mary Mercy Livonia
Classroom 11

36475 Five Mile Rd., Livonia
Use South Entrance, take elevator C to the 4th floor

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

No registration necessary

Attend one session, two or all three

Certificate of attendance available




What you need to know and what you can do

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 2018

In partnership with St. Mary Mercy Livonia’s Community Health Needs Assessment 2015-2018

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