WHAT: An Afternoon Tea to define what recovery means and to support treatment programs at Caring Services & Fellowship Hall.
WHEN: Saturday, September 14, 2019 from 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
WHERE: Caldwell Ballroom, O.Henry Hotel, Greensboro
TICKETS are $65 each. Invite a friend and join us!
WE ALSO NEED SPONSORS FOR THIS EVENT!
For tickets and sponsorship information, go to www.FellowshipHall.com/empower.
Jason Yates has worked with Caring Services, Inc. since its founding in 1994. Nearly a quarter century later, Jason is moving on to continue helping people in recovery.
Please join us as we Toast and Roast Jason Yates, thanking him for all of his years of service to Caring Services, Inc. and the community!
Thursday, April 25th, from 4:30pm to 6:00pm
At Caring Services, Inc.
102 Chestnut Drive, High Point, North Carolina 27262
Warmest thanks to Jacob of IWorldband for bringing his message of recovery through music to Caring Services on July 30th. With over 30 years in recovery, Jacob carries his message of faith and recovery throughout the country, performing over a thousand times.
Save the Date:
Welcome new Board of Directors members:
Jay Peterson and Timothy Peoples
Welcome new Staff members:
Diana Marsh and Christine Brown
10,000 AND COUNTING!!!!!
Forest Hills Presbyterian Church is excited to announce that we have passed the 10,000 count in our ONE CAN A WEEK ministry. This ministry was started less than four years ago as a means to send a steady source of food into Caring Services food bank by asking each family to bring one non-perishable food item to church each week. This has been a blessing for our congregation and another tie that binds us with love and appreciation to Caring Services.
We have so much #gratitude for this mini-grant! It came just in time: a veteran came to us with a toothache yesterday and we spent almost 1/3 of the grant to help him out.
Caroline Pegram, a social worker at Caring Services, was chosen to help represent the state of NC at #NatCon18. This opportunity supports NC in being at the forefront of the national conversation on behavioral health policy and treatment. Thank you to the National Council on Behavioral Health and Addiction Professionals of North Carolina for pushing to improve addiction treatment in our communities!
Learn more about the national council at https://www.thenationalcouncil.org/.
Becky adds: "Caroline Pegram is one of our clinicians and Chase Holleman (also pictured) was an intern and then employee with Caring Services. Congratulations to both of them for their outstanding work with men and women struggling with substance use disorders."
We are grateful for our many supporters who donate time, money, services, and labor.