The proceeds for this year’s golf classic will benefit Full Circle Adolescent Services (Full Circle), a division of Community Recovery Resources (CoRR), a non-profit organization located in Roseville. Its mission is to provide support and education to teens and family members to reduce the harmful effects of adolescent substance abuse. With individual, group and family therapy, Full Circle helps teens choose to stay in school and plan a bright future. CLICK HERE to Register to Golf, Sponsor, or attend as a Guest
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13th Annual Golf Classic – June 29th, 2014 -Thank you to all of our generous local Sponsors for making the 13th Annual Bill Schultz Golf Classic a success! This fundraiser supporting recovery programs for youth and families holds special meaning as we celebrate the passing of the tournament’s namesake, Bill Schultz. The event commemorates his life, his work, and the profound difference he made in the community through his years of service to substance abuse recovery.
With varying roles such as member of the Nevada County Fair Board of Directors, business owner, or anger management instructor, Bill Schultz was a versatile community leader. As a founder of the Nevada County Council on Alcoholism, which later became Community Recovery Resources (CoRR), Schultz has affected the outcome of literally thousands of lives. Schultz served multiple terms on the Nevada County Board of Supervisors during some very turbulent times, many specific to the Fourth District.
The proceeds from this event will go toward sustaining prevention and treatment programs that focus on families, and serve both adolescents and adults with counseling for alcohol and other drug addictions; therapy; medical services; and programs to help teens remain in school and free from alcohol and other drugs.
Recovery Enrichment Series – Thursday, August 21st, 2014 – Lucinda Porter, RN presents Hepatitis C: Preventable and Curable
Please join us for our fourth installment of the Recovery Enrichment Series. Special Guest Speaker, Lucinda Porter, RN presents Hepatitis C: Preventable and Curable. You won’t want to miss this opportunity to be inspired and enrich your journey! Space is limited so please RSVP right away to reserve your seat. firstname.lastname@example.org
Continuing Education Credits now available for the upcoming Recovery Enrichment Series: Hepatitis C: Preventable and Curable, Presented by Lucinda Porter, RN. READ MORE
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