We are extremely excited to help in carrying the message that the film brings.
Derry, NH (PRWEB) December 06, 2013
The Granite House, an extended care program for young men between the ages of 18 and 35, is pleased for the opportunity to get a group of people in Derry, NH to gather together and share in the viewing of “The Anonymous People.” “We are extremely excited to help in carrying the message that the film brings,” say Chief Operating Officer Bill Simmons. The viewing will take place in Derry, NH at Derry Five Star Cinemas at 5:00 PM.
The Anonymous People is a feature documentary about the more than 23 million Americans who are living in long-term recovery from alcohol and drug addiction. Due to a mark of disgrace created by our society, the voices of recovery have been kept silent and faces have remained hidden for decades. Media has painted a picture of people with addiction which feeds into the dysfunctional side of what is a preventable and treatable condition. Brave recovery advocates have come forward in attempt to end the discrimination and move towards recovery-based solutions. The story is told through the faces and voices of citizens, leaders, volunteers, corporate executives, public figures and celebrities. These true voices of recovery have come forward in hopes to save the lives of others just like them. This documentary aims to change public opinion, engage communities and elected officials while shifting problematic policy toward lasting solutions.
The Granite House encourages all from the community and beyond to join them on the 11th of December and view this inspiring documentary. It looks to be an eye opening event. People who are interested in viewing “The Anonymous People” can contact Bill Simmons or Pat Jones at 603-216-5094 or purchase your tickets online at http://gathr.us/screening/6465.
For more information about The Granite House and its services, including a detailed description of the program's three phases, visit http://www.GraniteHouseSL.com. Men seeking recovery and their family members are encouraged to call 877-308-8338. Additional resources can be found on the facility's facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/GraniteHouse.