Combatting the opioid epidemic through a nurturing program
For the fifth consecutive year overdose deaths in Tennessee have increased. As the deadly opioid epidemic continues, there is a program in Middle Tennessee working to change the statistics.
Renewal House provides specialized addiction treatment for mothers and their children. Founded in 1996, the agency has provided more than 5,000 women and children with a nurturing environment to heal from the effects of addiction.
Renewal House works to restore lives, break the cycle of addiction and strengthens families for generations to come. The agency offers individualized programs to meet the needs of each family.
The agency’s signature fundraising luncheon, Renewal House Thanksgiving, is slated for November 12, 2019 at the Omni Hotel. The theme – A Time to Nurture was designed to call attention to the nurturing services Renewal House provides to clients.
“We are grateful for the opportunity to share a message of hope with attendees while raising important funds to support our program services,” said Pamela Sessions, CEO of Renewal House.
To learn more or to plan to attend, contact Lisbeth Couser, Director of Development and Marketing, by calling (615) 255-5222 X106 or email firstname.lastname@example.org