3rd Annual Communities United for Recovery
Communities United for Recovery will be a “celebration of people leading successful lives in recovery” as well as of related entities, such as HHS, Inyo County Probation, Inyo County Drug Court and the local recovery community, Eagan added. The event will
include a barbecue dinner and the music of Stan Summers Band. However, most importantly, people will be sharing their personal stories of recovery from the microphone and stories will also be posted on trees and picnic tables, Eagan said. Anyone who wants
to speak or help at the Sept. 27 event, can contact her at (760) 873-4159. For those who may want to tell their recovery stories but are concerned about anonymity, professionals and people in recovery can share their insights and stories in the newspaper.
Stories can be submitted anonymously, until Friday, Sept. 20, via email at email@example.com or delivered in writing in envelopes marked “Attention: April,” at any of the following HHS locations in Bishop, at 162 Grove St., 163 May St., 568 W. Line St.,
and 920 N. Main St.; in Independence, at 155 E. Market St.; and in Lone Pine at 380 N. Mt. Whitney. All offices are open from 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Eagan said.
Bishop City Park
Inyo County Addiction's Task Force, Children's Service Council, Inyo County Superior Court, Alpine Center, Inyo Country Health and Human Services, Inyo County Probation Department
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