Phoenix House Mid‐Atlantic held its annual A True Story Breakfast on Thursday, March 6 at the Washington Golf and Country Club in Arlington, Virginia. The event, with approximately 85 attendees from the local community, raises awareness about the critical issues of addiction and substance abuse in our communities and educates attendees on the remarkable programs and services that Phoenix House Mid-Atlantic provides.
The highlight of the event was Phoenix House Mid-Atlantic Phoenix Program alumnus, Steve Meyer, who shared his inspiring personal story of recovery. Phoenix House Mid-Atlantic’s Medical Director Patrick Correnty, MD, and Senior Vice President and Regional Director Debby Taylor also spoke. The breakfast was a wonderful opportunity for others in the mental and behavioral field to network and share information on their recent work in the field.
“Our annual Breakfast is a great opportunity for us to introduce Phoenix House Mid-Atlantic to people who don’t know much about our programs and services,” said Susan Cherney, Regional Director of Development. “Typically, people leave inspired and eager to learn more about what we do to help save lives. Some people are even moved to make generous contributions to Phoenix House Mid-Atlantic.”
Since 1962, Phoenix House Mid‐Atlantic has served more than 30,000 individuals struggling with substance abuse. Find out more about our programs and services in Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, D.C. or call us today at: 1 888 671 9392.