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Thursday, July 5, 2018

Celebrate the Art of Recovery Expo in Phoenix September 22

Community Bridges, Inc.
Offers Free Recovery Expo to Public on Sept. 22

Celebrate National Recovery Month, Attend Workshops, Find Resources at the Phoenix Convention Center

Community Bridges, Inc. (CBI), the premiere provider of integrated behavioral health programs in Arizona, invites the public, medical professionals, family members and others to the 13th annual Celebrate the Art of Recovery Expo (CARE) to meet leading professionals in addiction treatment and behavioral health on Saturday, Sept. 22 from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Phoenix Convention Center.
Participants will celebrate National Recovery Month by attending workshops, engaging in one-on-one Q and A sessions, and finding the right treatment resources from dozens of on-site providers, including private and public agencies, treatment facilities, outpatient clinics, marriage and family therapists, specialists and more.

Celebrate the Art of Recovery Expo: 
Saturday, Sept. 22, 2018 
9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Phoenix Convention Center, Hall G, South Building
Free event

CARE’s keynote speaker, Justin Luke Riley, is in long-term recovery from substance use disorder. He promotes the fact that people can and do recover each and every day, just like he did at age 19. "Being in recovery is more than abstaining from a behavior,” explains Justin. “It's about resiliency. We want to show people that the things they've gone through can actually be transformed as the building blocks to changing the world."

Visit www.celebratetheartofrecovery.org for details, or contact 877-931-9142 for immediate intervention. Recovery is possible!

About Community Bridges, Inc. (CommunityBridgesAZ.org)
Community Bridges, Inc. (CBI) is the premiere provider of integrated behavioral health programs in Arizona, including prevention, education and treatments using cutting-edge, nationally recognized models. Programs include residential, inpatient, patient-centered medical homes, medication assisted treatment (MAT), crisis units, transition points and outpatient services to individuals who are experiencing crisis, opioid use disorder, homelessness and mental illness. CBI believes in maintaining the dignity of human life, and knows recovery is possible.

Contact: Lauren Jeroski at 480-332-2629 Stacy Lloyd at 602-451-1115