Recovery Movie Premiere in Philadelphia
Seabrook is proud to join the Council of Southeast Pennsylvania, Inc. and PRO-ACT in sponsoring the local presentation of the film, The Anonymous People. The Anonymous People is a documentary about the 23.5 million Americans living in long-term recovery, and the emerging public recovery movement that will transform how alcohol and other drug problems are dealt with in our communities.
The story of “The Anonymous People” is shared by citizens, corporate executives and celebrities who are stepping forward to help support others struggling with addiction by sharing their personal experience. This film documents the passionate public recovery movement that looks to change the perception of recovery.
The documentary presentation is being shown across the country throughout the spring and will be in Philadelphia today at Holy Family University, ETC Auditorium, 9801 Frankford Avenue, Philadelphia.
So many people in AA found sobriety after entering addiction treatment. Recovery is obtainable and long-term sobriety is possible if you are willing to take the first step. Seabrook is a CARF-accredited addiction treatment facility that has been treating drug addiction and alcoholism since 1974. Visit www.seabrook.org and learn how you can live a clean and sober life.