Live Virtual Town Hall: How Addiction Impacts Society

Monday, September 26th, 2011

Eighty-five million people in the United States are directly impacted by addiction.
11 million teens and young adults currently need treatment for addiction.

Join our Chief Clinical Officer Deni Carise TOMORROW at 8PM EST for a Live Virtual Town Hall hosted by The Partnership at,, and Panelists will explore how addiction impacts different segments of society and the many paths to recovery.

Taking place during National Recovery Month, this is the first event of The Partnership at’s You Are Not Alone cause campaign.  You Are Not Alone calls on all those affected by addiction to come forward and help teens and young adults in need.

Panelists include:

Gene Bowen, Founder, Road Recovery
Leonard Bushell, Writers in Treatment
Musician/Composer Ricky Byrd (“I Love Rock ‘n Roll”)
Deni Carise, PhD, Chief Clinical Officer, Phoenix House
Sherry Gaba, LCSW, Life Coach, Author of
The Laws of Sobriety
Helping Men Recover
author Dan Griffin
Fred Muench, PhD
, Director of Research, The Partnership at
Patty Powers,
Interventionist (A&E’s “Intervention” and “Relapse”)
The Emotional Calendar
author John Sharp, MD
and We All Fall Down Author Nic Sheff

Click here to register for the event, or cut and paste the link below into your browser:  SPACE IS LIMITED.

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  • Ricky Byrd is not the composer of “I love rock n roll”- he played the excellent guitar on Joan Jett’s 1981 cover version of the Arrows 1975 recording. The Arrows wrote the song.