Albion, MI (PRWEB) October 15, 2013
Narconon Freedom Center, an alcohol and drug rehabilitation center, is sponsoring a family bowling fund raiser for the Emily Andrus Home in Battle Creek, MI Sunday, November 10th from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM as one of their community outreach activities.
Haven of Rest Ministries, a faith-based non-profit has acquired the former Emily Andrus Home to serve as a substance abuse treatment center for women. The historic Victorian home, previously a senior women's residence, is now home to women who are participating in the Women's Life Recovery Program. The home is setup to allow women to be able to live with their children while doing the recovery program.
“We know the challenges those fighting substance abuse face, and want to contribute to this program that helps mothers have their children with them during their recovery process. We hope those in the local community will come out for family bowling fun at Marshall Lanes and that all will donate generously,” says Kat Sacco, Director of Success Narconon Freedom Center.
Anyone unable to attend the family fun bowling night can donate by calling Kat at 517-629-6055 or email narcononfreedomaftercare(at)gmail(dot)com.
The Narconon drug rehab program is a unique, multifaceted series of phases featuring one of the nation’s only drug-free withdrawal steps that is a followed by The New Life Detoxification Program that helps remove residual drugs out of the person’s body helping to handle cravings. These steps are followed by a number of classes to help the individual discover the reasons they became addicted to drugs in the first place and provide them with the tools they need to live a happy drug-free productive life.
For more information about the Narconon Program or how to get a loved one struggling with drug addiction on the road to recovery, visit http://www.freedomdrugrehab.com or call an Intake Counselor today toll-free 877-362-9682. All calls are free of charge and confidential.
About Narconon Freedom Center
Narconon Freedom Center, Albion, Michigan is a non-profit alcohol and drug rehabilitation facility licensed through the state. The program has been helping those struggling with substance abuse and alcoholism for over 47 years. William Benitez founded the Narconon program in 1966 using the drug-free rehabilitation education researched and developed by American author and humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard. The Narconon program is a holistic drug-free rehab program. The drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility also provides Drug Prevention Education to schools and community outreach programs. For drug education in your school or community, contact the center at 517-629-8661.