Detroit, Michigan (PRWEB) March 18, 2015 -- On March 19, 2015, Former Detroit Lions’ All-Pro, Herman Moore and Live To Be Sober will be hosting an invitational event at Ford Field in Downtown Detroit. Civic leaders, substance abuse treatment professionals, pastors and law enforcement officials will attend an informational presentation on the effect of drug abuse and alcoholism on communities. The mission is to grow additional community support resources by connecting with new, effective treatment affiliations.
Live To be Sober is a non-profit organization that focuses on providing information and assistance regarding substance abuse treatment programs and facilities.
Some of the topics that will be covered during the presentation include:
- Cost Analysis of Substance Abuse vs. Treatment
- Assistance in Finding Effective Programs
- Recognizing the Signs of Substance Abuse
- Assessing Insurance Options
- Tips on Helping a Loved One with Addiction and Recovery
Guest Presenters at “Fighting Addiction Together”
Guest presenters at the Live To Be Sober invitational luncheon include former Detroit Lions’ wide receiver and motivational speaker Herman Moore, Bishop William Murphy, as well as rehabilitation specialists; among others. The event will also offer a complimentary buffet and a tour of Ford Field hosted by Herman Moore. The seminar, including parking at Ford Field, will be at no cost to the guests.
The goal is to offer assistance to influential leaders in the community in finding effective options in substance abuse treatment for those who may need help, but are unsure of where to begin.
With the implementation of programs such as the Affordable Healthcare Act, navigating the often confusing landscape of health insurance providers and their policies can be frustrating for many. The Live To Be Sober organization specializes in making sense of the enormous amount of information available and providing that information in a clear and easy-to-understand way to those who are in need of assistance.
For more information visit http://www.livetobesober.com.
Herman Moore, Live to Be Sober, http://www.livetobesober.com, +1 844-205-4734, [email protected]
SOURCE Live to Be Sober