The clinically redesigned and newly renovated Women’s Substance Abuse and Intimacy Disorders (SAID) Program at Right Step Dallas/Ft. Worth (DFW) is a fully gender-separate drug and alcohol treatment program with a shared emphasis on intimacy, trauma and relationship healing.
The Right Step Houston Central recently hosted a “The Right Step Country Fair” for the clients, their families, and the staff. Everyone had a blast during the event-packed afternoon. Grant Perry, Ashley Tamburine, and the rest of the planning committee made sure there were lots of different carnival games for the attendees to enjoy, including water balloon toss, ladder ball, bean bag toss, and watermelon eating contest, just to name a few.
The Houston Run for Recovery, in celebration of National Recovery Month, will be held on September 23, 2012 in Downtown Houston at Fish Plaza at the Wortham Theatre Center. The race kicks off with a 1k children’s run at 8 am followed by the adult 5k at 8:30 am. The mission of the 5k run is to celebrate sobriety while raising awareness of the disease of alcoholism and drug abuse. Everyone from walkers to runners of any age are encouraged to participate! Right Step is a proud sponsor of the Run for Recovery. Staff and alumni are encouraged to register for the run to celebrate and show support for recovery from substance abuse!
Presented by the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers
Where the Leaders in addiction treatment come together to discuss the important issues, showcase innovative resources and programs and network with other decision makers of addiction treatment. The Right Step / Spirit Lodge / San Cristobal : booth #53-54
The Junior League of Houston, Inc. 11:15 a.m. – Registration 11:45 a.m. – Lunch and Program $35 per member $40 per guest
Everyone will at some time in their lives be affected by depression—their own or someone else’s. Depression and addiction can affect a person’s work, ability to form healthy relationships and quality of life.
Baylor College of Medicine experts are at the forefront for shaping research as well as treatment for people suffering from mental health issues. Leading the discussion of depression and addiction are: