Many Pathways: Alcoholism Photo by Maximilian Franz.

Many Pathways: Alcoholism

Eubie Blake Cultural Center
847 N. Howard St, Baltimore MD, 21201
October 6, 2015, 5:30 - 7:30pm

The Many Pathways Series includes performance, personal sharing, conversation, and information on the many pathways to healing that are available to us. Many Pathways: Alcoholism starts with a 5:30pm reception and art exhibition viewing followed at 6:00pm by a presentation and dialogue facilitated by Peter Bruun, founder and director of the New Day Campaign. Options for treating alcohol addiction will be presented, including mutual help groups, medication, counseling, clinical treatment, aftercare, and natural/ alternative strategies. Those sharing insights include Michael Goldfaden, Executive Director of Samaritan House, Bernard Gyebi-Foster, residential director of Tuerk House, Hugh Delaney of SMART Recovery, Ali Smith, Founding Director of Holistic Life Foundation, Marc Fishman, Medical Director of Mountain Manor, Elliott Driscoll, director and therapist with the Resource Group, and an anonymous spokesperson on behalf of Alcoholics Anonymous. Catering is provided by the Classic Catering People.

This event is part of Free Fall Baltimore.

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Thank you to The Peter G. Dodge Foundation.

This event was part of the 2015 Many Pathways Series

Sponsor: The Peter G. Dodge Foundation
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Every now and again, an artist deeply touches you... the experience transcending mere interest, pleasure, or delight. Such has been our experience of @phyliciaghee , whose performances mine a deeply spiritual place of profound connection to something so much larger than our every day... to a place of wholeness, presence, and healing. Our #ndcartistoftheweek is Phylicia Ghee, who has been a fixture as an artist for the New Day Campaign since we began in 2015. Our Resident Healing Artist in 2015, Phylicia has presented several extraordinarily powerful performances over the past several years, and will be a part of our activities again in 2018 in a yet-to-be-determined healing arts workshop as part of our programming for “Heroin & Healing,” an exhibition we are presenting with @kentcountyarts . You can see more of Phylicia at her website at #artheals #healingandart #itsanewday #ndcitsanewday

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