(PRWEB) June 26, 2014
On Saturday, July 12th, Beacon of Hope Recovery & Wellness Community Center of Walden will host an Indoor “Piggy Bank” Yard Sale. Every item will be on sale for just a penny from 3 p.m.-6 p.m. at this one day only event. The Piggy Bank Yard Sale is open to the public.
“We hope this will help some individuals and families who are struggling be able to acquire some needed items to make daily life easier, as well as find some yard sale treasures,” explains Laura Webb, Director of Recovery Support Services at Walden. “We invite anyone looking for a great bargain to stop by!”
Walden is accepting tax-deductible donations of items in good/excellent condition for the Piggy Bank Yard Sale. “We are especially asking for donations of bikes and small appliances, clothing for all ages and household goods,” says Webb. All donations should be arranged by contacting Walden at 301-997-1300 x 804.
Beacon of Hope is located in Millison Plaza, two doors down from the Well Pet Clinic and beside Underground Tattoo, behind Family Dollar. Look for the lighthouse beacon logo in our window and on the sign on the building.
Walden offers a comprehensive array of behavioral health treatment, and recovery services to individuals and families throughout the community. These services include crisis intervention, psychiatric and mental health therapy, trauma services related to relationship abuse or sexual assault, drug and alcohol services and community and recovery support services such as the free and open to the public Beacon of Hope and The Cove/DFZ Recovery and Wellness Centers.
For more information about how Walden can help, please visit http://www.waldensierra.org, contact the 24-hour crisis hotline at 301-863-6661 anonymously, or call the appointment line at 301-997-1300/888-912-7366. Walden can also be found on Facebook and Twitter.
About Beacon of Hope Recovery and Wellness Community Center:
Located in Millison Plaza in Lexington Park, Beacon is open to the public on Fridays from 4:30-9:30 p.m. and on Saturdays and Sundays from 1 to 7 p.m. Beacon of Hope is also open to host recovery community meetings and provide 1-1 peer support Fridays-Tuesdays. Beacon primarily serves adults looking for social and personal growth support in recovery and wellness. There is no cost for Beacon activities and services. Look for us on Facebook!